Mumbai: Former captain and India A team coach Rahul Dravid on Wednesday said there can not be a one-size-fits-all policy on workload management and players are smart enough to know where to draw the line. There was a little bit of talk that we are nearly going to walk in there and win the World Cup very easily because we are the No. 1 team and we have been dominating one-day cricket for the last couple of years.
The former captain added, "I don't know how they [BCCI] will avoid". "Any of you want to chat to him about your mindset or anything. main man. Let's make him feel comfortable and welcome", Virat can be heard saying. "I believe in consistency", Ganguly, who was recently unveiled as the Delhi Capitals advisor, said at a franchise event.
However, former Indian captain Sourav Ganguly has a different take on the issue.
"Rishabh is the sort of guy that can help you win the World Cup", said Australian legend Rickey Ponting.More news: Respawn Co-Founder Jason West Has Joined Epic Games
"If you send Pant at No. 4, he will score runs for you because he is so talented and he has got so much time to play".
"From a responsibility point of view, all the Indian players will have the responsibility during the IPL to keep a watch on their fitness and their workloads", he said.
"Ishant is bowling his best at the moment, the way he bowled in England and Australia". He is always the first one to come out and bat for longer periods. "For me, he is your future. He'll be a huge asset to the Indian team in the years to come".
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Echoing the sentiments, Ponting added: "I would be picking him in the Indian team as the batsman for No.4 as he can win you the game with his talent".
"If I was the Indian selector, the first thing I will do is pick him in the World Cup squad and play him as a batter at No. 4". I don't know why they are questioning, maybe because you need to speak about something before the World Cup. "He has got that X-factor".
India begin their quest for a third 50-over World Cup title against South Africa at Southampton on June 5. I don't think there should be any outside interference. I have no advise for this team, I just hope they play freely. "Dont think there should be pressure (on IPL franchises) from the Cricket Board (BCCI) (to rest some players)", the former Test batsman turned TV commentator remarked. Getting opportunities at the worldwide level, at the IPL level, this will never come back, so find a way to get rest, find a way to stay fresh and keep playing.
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