Jasprit Bumrah
Jasprit Bumrah (Photograph Supply: Twitter)

The brand new Board of Management for Cricket in India (BCCI) President Roger Binny as soon as once more spoke concerning the significance of improved pitches in India and in addition highlighted the problem of gamers’ constant accidents. Binny said that no matter is the explanation behind gamers’ accidents, one thing must be carried out and that can be his precedence.

The previous World Cup-winning cricketer was elected as the brand new President the BCCI on the 91st annual common assembly in Mumbai on Tuesday (October 18), and it didn’t take him lengthy to set his objectives after taking over the position, as he made it clear that addressing the problem of constant accidents within the crew was his focus.

India misplaced their senior key pacer Jasprit Bumrah to a again harm earlier this month, which has affected their preparation for the continued T20 World Cup 2022 in Australia. Indian administration took a substantial period of time to call Mohammed Shami as his alternative.

Binny, at a felicitation ceremony organized by Karnataka State Cricket Affiliation on Thursday, mentioned that India cannot have a senior pacer like Bumrah breaking down ten days earlier than the World Cup and that the administration can’t be put in a state of affairs the place they should discover the alternative on the eleventh hour. 

“We have to handle why and the way are gamers are getting injured so badly. We have to handle why they’re breaking down so simply. Not simply now but additionally within the final four-five years. It isn’t that we do not have good trainers or coaches. Whether or not the load is an excessive amount of, whether or not they’re enjoying too many codecs, one thing must be carried out. That’s my precedence. You may’t have a Bumrah breaking down 10 days earlier than the World Cup after which who’s going to exchange him. It is vital (to deal with it),” Binny mentioned on Thursday.

We additionally want to have a look at infrastructure: Binny

Binny, a former pacer himself, additionally said that India want higher pitches to keep away from accidents to quick bowlers. He mentioned that the present pitches are too docile and unfit for the pacers. He additionally clarified the rising challenge of recent central contracts for the home cricketers who’re in line to be a part of India’s nationwide crew setup. Binny assured that home gamers do not want central contracts in the meanwhile as they’re sorted nicely.

“The pitches are nonetheless too docile, they’re unfit for the quick bowlers. We additionally want to have a look at infrastructure. 30-40 thousand followers come to stadiums (for India video games), they must be snug. The home gamers are sorted very nicely. They’ve good services they usually keep in good locations. I do not assume there’s any want for that in the meanwhile (contracts),” Binny added.