Each captain has a different way of operating, says BCCI chief Roger Binny | Cricket News

CHENNAI: BCCI chairperson Roger Binny on Friday refused to compare the current captain’s armband Rohit Sharma with the likes of Kapil Dev and Mahendra Singh Dhoni, saying that each of them has a different way of leading the national team.
“Rohit is an experienced player. He has played a lot of games and in a lot of situations. Everyone has a different approach. Dhoni is completely different, you cannot compare him, Kapil or Gavaskar. Everyone has a different way of doing things. They work,” he said.
Speaking to reporters on the sidelines of the annual 90th day of the Tamil Nadu Cricket Association here, the former Indian cricketer said that if the opening match gets off to a good start then the team has a good chance of winning the match. than.
“The power play is one of the important aspects. I think the opener has to get us off to a good start. If we get that off to a good start, then the chances of winning are higher.
“Most teams like to chase the total because that’s what the players are, it gets slower and slower as the game goes on,” Binny said in response to a question about the players’ approach. Defeat in the battle of strength.
For some Indian players like ace pacer Jasipino Bumrah He said, “We just wanted to find out why they got the injury. If their exercise needed to be changed.
“A lot of players get injured during training. That’s not a good thing,” he added.
In the IPL for women scheduled to start next year, Binny, who recently took over as director of BCCI, said, “Everything is ready and they need to go ahead with the auction.
“Even franchises have arrived. Now, we just sit and finally do the auction. The thought process is we’ll have five foreigners instead of four. That’s going to be an addition. added to the IPL. We’re not done yet. .. it will be done in January,” he added.
In response to the question of how Indian teams have performed well in ICC tournaments over the years but have not been able to win, Binny said they (teams) have performed well, reaching the quarter-finals and semi-finals.
“I hope it’s an exception (the team that is going to win the T20 World Cup is happening in Australia. We are close to … the quarterfinals, the semi-finals and the final. In T20 cricket, we are here.) must play well. days …,” he added.
Regarding the possibility of India traveling to Pakistan in the future, he said, “BCCI has no say on this and it is up to the government.”
Speaking at the previous event, Binny praised TNCA for providing quality infrastructure and facilities to cricketers and said it was probably the best performing association in the country.
He gave rewards to players who have shone at various levels.


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