Tendulkar wants 2 pithces for every Ranji Trophy fixture

Sachin Tendulkar, the Indian batting legend and one of the greatest cricketers ever, abandoned a trail of radiant exhibitions over a career spanning nearly 2 and a half decades 24 years.

The 43-year-old, who made his Test debut as an adolescent in the Karachi Test against Pakistan in November 1989, holds a gathering of batting records, incorporating most runs in both One-Day Internationals and Tests and he is likewise the only to indent 100 centuries.

The batting maestro shared his perspectives on a scope of subjects identified with cricket at the Hindustan Times Leadership Summit, hung on Saturday (December 3).


One of the key focuses that he touched after amid the summit was to recommend that a Ranji Trophy diversion could be played on two separate contributes request to overcome any issues between residential cricket and universal cricket. He brought up that by grasping the radical change, youthful cricketers could figure out how to acclimate to various climes outside Asia. Unexpectedly, trying to reexamine Ranji Trophy, matches have been played at unbiased scenes this year.

“I have thought a lot about neutral venues in Ranji Trophy (which is being experimented this season). I have a suggestion which can be radical. When we go to places like Australia, New Zealand, West Indies and South Africa, we play with Kookaburra balls which swings early. Think about a young Ranji batsman playing with SG Test in India and then facing difficulty overseas,”



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