Kambli eyes comeback in IPL
Hoping to make a comeback on the cricket field, former Test cricketer Vinod Kambli may be seen in action with his old friend and teammate Sachin Tendulkar in the cash-awash Indian Premier League.cricket Updated: Apr 13, 2010 00:44 IST
Hoping to make a comeback on the cricket field, former Test cricketer Vinod Kambli may be seen in action with his old friend and teammate Sachin Tendulkar in the cash-awash Indian Premier League.
"I am going to be associated with the Indian Premier League soon and hope to walk into the field with Sachin again," Kambli, who was in Bhadoi to select youngsters for Haryana Cricket League, told reporters.
Kambli, who has played 17 Tests, also insisted that he was solely concentrating on cricket and was not involving into any other activity like reality shows.
The left-hand batsman said that five young cricketers from Uttar Pradesh have been selected for the HCL.
These youngsters would get a chance to showcase their talents when teams from eight states would compete for the Champions Cup next month, Kambli said.
Kambli said that Union Sports Ministry should formulate and implement the policies to spot sporting talents in the country.
"Talents from rural areas should be brought forward. Without talents we cannot expect medals," he said.
"While one Sania Mirza has created sensation in tennis, there are similar hidden talents in small cities and towns and the only need is to identify and bring them forward," he added.
Kambli also congratulated Sania on her marriage with Pakistan cricketer Shoaib Malik.
First Published: Apr 12, 2010 20:07 IST