Former India captain and batting icon Sunil Gavaskar set the marker so far as opening the batting is anxious. Wearing a hat, he aced challenges which included dealing with the fury of the West Indies bowling assault, and additionally countered the risk of the reverse swing by Pakistan bowlers. However, he stated dealing with Richard Hadlee in New Zealand was the hardest take a look at he needed to face in his career.
In a chat with former Pakistan captain Ramiz Raja, Gavaskar revealed the hardest bowling he needed to face throughout his career. “ In 1982-83 when India toured Pakistan and the way Imran Khan bowled and picked up 40 odd wickets in the series it was tough. Every spell Imran and Sarfaraz (Sarfaraz Nawaz) bowled was testing. In those days nobody had heard about or seen reverse swing. The new ball wasn’t a problem but the way the ball swung post lunch was difficult to face,” he stated throughout the chat.
Gavaskar additionally stated that dealing with Richard Hadlee in New Zealand the place he made the ball to swing at tempo. “Facing Richard Hadlee’s pace and swing in those conditions was very testing. The toughest test I would say was facing Hadlee in the three tests in New Zealand in 1981,” he added.
On India vs Pakistan matches:
The subject has been in dialogue amongst cricket pundits ever since Shoaib Akhtar put forth a suggestion of an just for TV sequence between the 2 nations to assist increase funds to struggle the coronavirus pandemic in each the nations.
“There are more chances of snowfall in Lahore than bilateral series between India and Pakistan. Both teams will keep on meeting in World Cups and ICC tournaments, but a series between them seem unlikely right now,” Gavaskar stated.