Sachin said ‘master solution’ to save ODI cricket! said “think so”
A three-match ODI series is currently being played between India and Australia. The first match of the series was played in Mumbai, in which the Indian team won by five wickets. The audience also got good response for this match. However, despite this, the future of ODI cricket is always discussed. Former Indian cricketer and all-time great batsman Sachin Tendulkar has made an important statement regarding the future of ODI cricket.
It is constantly being talked about that the future of ODI cricket is in danger. Many former cricketers say that people are not keen to watch 50-over ODI cricket anymore. Often even the expected audience for ODI series does not throng the ground. Against this backdrop, many veterans have suggested some changes in ODI cricket. Sachin Tendulkar also recently reiterated his words to change the format of ODI cricket. Sachin said,
“Now the players also seem not to be willing to play as much ODI cricket. I would say that the time has definitely come for ODI cricket to change. This should be considered after the ODI World Cup this year. As I said earlier each team should be given two innings of 25 overs each. This will increase the color of the game. Currently, the reverse swing has reduced as two new balls are delivered in an innings. It also affects the teams.”
Many prominent players have announced their retirement from ODI cricket in recent times. England’s Ben Stokes is a big name among them, some New Zealand players preferred to play franchise cricket over ODI cricket.
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