Suresh Menon (sports writer)

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Suresh Menon
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Occupation Writer, sports writer and journalist
Nationality Indian

Suresh Menon is a prominent Indian journalist, author and a noted sports writer. He became known as the youngest sports editor and was the editor of Indian Express, one of the leading media of India.[1][2][3] He is best known for works Champions! How the World Cup was Won,[4] Bishan: Portrait of a Cricketer[5] and the edits to Sachin: Genius Unplugged.[6]

Notable Works

  • Wisden India Almanack 2019 & 2020 (editor)[7]
  • Wisden India Almanack 2018 (editor)[8]
  • Wisden India Almanack 2017 (editor)
  • Wisden India Almanack 2016 (editor)
  • Wisden India Almanack 2015 (editor)
  • Wisden India Almanack 2014 (editor)
  • Wisden India Almanack 2013 (editor)
  • Champions! How the World Cup was Won
  • Sachin: Genius Unplugged (editor)
  • Pataudi: Nawab Of Cricket (editor)
  • Bishan: Portrait of a Cricketer
  • Dream Team India: The Best World Cup Squad Ever


  1. ^ Article The Hindu 04 February 2013
  2. ^ The Hindu News 08 April 2015
  3. ^ IBN Live 13 January 2013
  4. ^ Happer Collins
  5. ^ ESPN Cricinfo
  6. ^ ESPN Cricinfo 1 May 2011
  7. ^ Suresh Menon. Wisden India Almanack 2019. Bloomsbury India. p. 924. ISBN 978-9-3874-5786-7.
  8. ^ Cheeran, John (March 8, 2018). "Wisden India Almanack: The joy of six". The Times of India. Retrieved August 27, 2019.
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