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Back in Chennai, Anand looks forward to home food and bonding with son
Having been stranded in Germany for three months, Anand returned to Chennai on Saturday, following a week of quarantine in Bengaluru.
High-stakes online chess can be your next quarantine sports obsession
Chess grandmasters are stuck at home, like much of the world. Without the travel requirement of over-the-board tournaments, the elite players are facing off against big-time opponents for big prizes.
Covid-19: Anand to finally return from Germany
Viswanathan Anand, who will reach Bengaluru on Saturday, will undergo 14 days' quarantine as per Karnataka government rules.
Carlsen's latest move: $1M total purse for five online events
Chess is one of the few sports to make a seamless switch to an online avatar in the world of social distancing and Carlsen, the world champion, has been the driving force.
Magnus Carlsen, game-changer
Chess' reigning superstar talks of his ambitions to professionalise chess, his rivals and not treating defeat as an option.
Check, mates: Yuzvendra Chahal and Viswanathan Anand talk chess, cricket and more
Chess-enthusiast-turned-cricketer Yuzvendra Chahal strikes up a conversation with India's ultimate grandmaster.
Anand urges SAI to provide budding players with special computers
"Children should not make a decision on a full-time career in chess till the age of 18, till you finish your studies," he said
Anand on board, no Carlsen in FIDE's Online Nations Cup
The event is due to start two days after the conclusion of Carlsen's own 'Magnus Invitational' tournament.
Isolated Anand spends Germany lockdown with Fawlty Towers, Skype calls to son
Stranded in the tiny town of Bad Soden, the five-time world champion's plans of flying back home on April 15 have hit a wall.
Lockdown watchlist: 'Wasim bhai, aap yahan?'
This week's watchlist includes Inzi run-out gold, the life and times of one of Chess' great geniuses, and a marathon dubbed the hardest race in the world.
'We can't lock players in Russia' - FIDE stops Candidates tournament
"We cannot continue the tournament without guarantees for the players' and officials' safe and timely return home."
'I don't want to be here' - Russian GM Grischuk asks for Candidates to be called off
"The whole atmosphere is very hostile and it's no coincidence that everything else in the world is stopped."
Elbow bumps and sanitizers - scenes from the Candidates chess tournament in Russia
The Candidates in Yekaterinburg is one of the few major sporting events on currently with the coronavirus pandemic shutting the sporting world down.
Chess in the time of virus: Eight GMs assemble in the world of Romanovs
The Candidates in Yekaterinburg is one of the few major sporting events still on schedule following the coronavirus outbreak.
Kramnik to be on Team Anand for Olympiad
Kramnik will be on 'Team Anand', as the trainer for the Indian men's team for the chess Olympiad in Moscow this year.
Chess: Koneru Humpy wins Cairns Cup
World rapid champion Koneru Humpy claimed her second title in the last two months.
What's in a watch? In chess, it could cost a game
GM B Adhiban becomes first major Indian name to be affected by AICF's no-watch rule
Praggnanandhaa stuns Topalov at Gibraltar Chess
R Praggnanandhaa beat former world champion Veselin Topalov in the sixth round of the Gibraltar chess festival.
Kramnik, Gelfand and all the right moves at Chennai masterclass
Fourteen teenaged Indian talents spent 10 days honing their chess skills with Vladimir Kramnik and Boris Gelfand at a unique camp in Chennai.
Wishlist for the new decade: 10 Olympic golds, two cricket World Cups & more
What would constitute a successful 10 years for Indian sport? We ask some famous names what they'd like to see happen most.
League of extraordinary gentlemen: How Carlsen positioned his way to FPL stardom
Is this the real life? Is this just fantasy? Be it chess or football, Magnus Carlsen currently has no equal.
Q&A with Anand: Emotional tempest, chess politics and McEnroe
Viswanathan Anand talks emotional turmoil, chess politics and challenges of the modern game after the release of his autobiography.
Humpy 2.0: How motherhood helped create a new world champion
Koneru Humpy says motherhood has made her more forgiving toward her own results, which played a part in transforming her form.
Kramnik to coach 14 Indians at 10-day camp in Chennai
This is the second camp conducted by Vladimir Kramnik, who coached six players in France in August.
John Brewin reviews the eight matches that ultimately doomed Louis van Gaal's tenure as manager at Manchester United.
South African fast bowler Kyle Abbott brags about his angling skills, and confesses to bullying Australians in the Kings XI dressing room
The sport and media landscape has changed so much that we may never have definitive voices like his ever again