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ICC reject Sachin Tendulkar’s proposal of new ODI format of 25 overs

The ICC Chief Executive Haroon Lorgat here today shot down Sachin Tendulkar’s proposed modifications in the ODI format making it a four innings 25-over-affair instead of current 50-over format.
Tendulkar, a prolific run-scorer in ODIs with more than 18,000 runs, 48 centuries and 95 half centuries had written a letter to Lorgat, seeking a radical switch from two 50-over innings to 4 phased out innings of 25 overs each technique tried in Australian domestic cricket.
“We did receive a written proposal from Sachin, but that was a long time back. I myself have spoken to him many times about it, the last 1 as recent as throughout the World Cup in April. The success of the tournament demonstrated that the 50-over format was sound in well being and there was no need for dramatic modifications,” Lorgat added.
The senior batsman had argued that four alternate innings of 25 overs would be a fair way to balance the benefit
gained by the team which won the toss in conditions like bad weather, sub-quality pitches which historically had proven that a match can practically be decided by the toss of a coin.
Lorgat also said on an additional point of contention with India the DRS. He thought the method was working nicely regardless of Indian dislike towards it.

The ICC Chief Executive Haroon Lorgat here today shot down Sachin Tendulkar’s proposed modifications in the ODI format making it a four innings 25-over-affair instead of current 50-over format.
Tendulkar, a prolific run-scorer in ODIs with more than 18,000 runs, 48 centuries and 95 half centuries had written a letter to Lorgat, seeking a radical switch from two 50-over innings to 4 phased out innings of 25 overs each technique tried in Australian domestic cricket.
“We did receive a written proposal from Sachin, but that was a long time back. I myself have spoken to him many times about it, the last 1 as recent as throughout the World Cup in April. The success of the tournament demonstrated that the 50-over format was sound in well being and there was no need for dramatic modifications,” Lorgat added.

The senior batsman had argued that four alternate innings of 25 overs would be a fair way to balance the benefitgained by the team which won the toss in conditions like bad weather, sub-quality pitches which historically had proven that a match can practically be decided by the toss of a coin.
Lorgat also said on an additional point of contention with India the DRS. He thought the method was working nicely regardless of Indian dislike towards it.


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