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Enough of experiments: Wadekar

FORMER INDIAN cricket team captain Ajit Wadekar feels that it?s time experiments were stopped in the Team India. Wadekar, who was in Bhopal as the chief guest in the naming ceremony of BHEL Sports Complex, told the Hindustan Times that enough experiments have been made.

india Updated: Apr 06, 2006 15:10 IST

FORMER INDIAN cricket team captain Ajit Wadekar feels that it’s time experiments were stopped in the Team India. Wadekar, who was in Bhopal as the chief guest in the naming ceremony of BHEL Sports Complex, told the Hindustan Times that enough experiments have been made.

“As the World Cup-2007 is just one year away, players should be clear regarding their position in the team,” said Wadekar.

“If a batsman knows his position in the batting order, he can consolidate himself in that way. You cannot expect any batsman performing at any position. The position of a batsman should be fixed,” he opined.

Regarding the prospect of the team in the World Cup, the former BCCI selection committee chairman said that India has performed well in last couple of series and going in a right direction. “The team is good except for opening pair. There should be a pair, which can give a good start to the team. Rest is fine,” he remarked.

On Saurav Ganguly, he said that the former skipper has the potential to return in the team. About Sachin, Wadekar said that Sachin is great player and knows well how to correct mistakes. “I am confident that he would regain his form as the ups and downs are part of the game,” added Wadekar.