So, it means marriage vows in Chennai and then a flight to Kolkata. Wonder what his wife has to stay?
But knowing Ashwin, he should balance it well just like he did to manage the ball on a wicket that in his words, "didn't respond".
"He is a very humble and down-to-earth kid," said Subramaniam. "He knows how to adjust to pitches." And, we hope in life as well.
Srinivasan drops by, meets SundaramBCCI president N Srinivasan, dropped by just before lunch to watch the third day's play. He spent some time at the stadium and had a meeting with the pitch curator, Venkat Sundaram, and a few DDCA officials.
After getting an assurance that the wicket won't be this slow and low during next year's Indian Premier League, he lunched and left for the airport to catch a flight to Chennai, an official told HT.