N Srinivasan rubbishes the much hyped allegation of 'too much' cricket – Cricket News Update

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N rubbishes the much hyped allegation of 'too much' cricket – Cricket News Update
The recently appointed President of the Board of Control for Cricket in, N Srinivasan, has rubbished the claims that playing too much cricket was responsible for the recent spate of injuries to Indian players and their poor performance.
Responding to a query regarding injuries to senior Indian players during the recently concluded tour of, Srinivasan said that the BCCI does not support extensive cricket for its players.
"We don't support too much cricket and all players anyways don't play all three formats," said Srinivasan while talking to the media reporters after taking over from as the BCCI president on Monday. and his men have been continuously on national duty since October last year, and in the past 10 months the Men in Blue played in at least seven series, home and away, domestic and International.
The hectic season started with Australia's tour of India in October last year, which was followed by New Zealand's tour of subcontinent. Soon after completing a 5-0 ODI series whitewash on and came back
home in February, just before the start of the high profile World Cup.
After winning the six-week-long esteemed tournament on April 2, 2011, Dhoni and his men went straight into the lucrative Indian Premier League, which started on April 18 and finished on the 28th of May, with MS Dhoni-led Chennai Super Kings winning
the title.
The IPL was followed by India’s successful tour of Less than a week after completing their successful Caribbean itinerary, MS Dhoni and his men were on a flight to London to challenge England in all the three formats of the game. But the things
did not favour India this time around as the World Champions and the then numeru uno Test side struggled for a single International victory during their two-month long tour of England.
Eight of the Indian players returned home in the midst of the tour due to injuries. Cricket pundits attributed the current poor form and fitness of Indian players to a hectic schedule, but Srinivasan said that the players should have been honest about their



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