"...because wherever I sat—on the deck of a ship or at a street cafe in Paris or Bangkok—I would be sitting under the same glass bell jar, stewing in my own sour air." - Sylvia Plath, The Bell Jar
Hefty pay-cheques, luxurious lifestyle, adulation from fans, VIP status - on the outside a cricketer's life is looked upon with envy.
But behind all the jazz lie some dark truths. When England cricketer Jonathan Trott pulled out of the ongoing Ashes series due to "stress-related illness" the spotlight once again shifted to the gloomy world of depression.
It's not for the first time that cricket and depression have been mentioned in the same breath. From Trott to Trescothick, we take a look at cricketers who have battled the mental illness
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Should Kohli replace Dhoni as India's Test captain?
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- Yes, Dhoni is too defensive a captain for Test matches. India needs an aggressive personality at the helm of affairs
- No, With two big tours in England and Australia, India must bank on seasoned Dhoni to lead a young, inexperienced team
- Can't say