Board of Management for Cricket in India (BCCI) president Sourav Ganguly says managing administration is quite a bit simpler than being a participant, as batting is generally a one-chance sport.
The previous India captain was talking through the Sportstar Aces Awards right here on Monday.
Ganguly had no hesitation whereas responding to the query on what was more durable between being a participant and BCCI president. “It was tougher playing under pressure, because it was one chance while batting, that was lot difficult. Here (as BCCI President) if I make a mistake, I come back next and get it rectified, there if you nicked (Glenn) McGrath outside the off stump,” stated Ganguly.
From his time to now, Ganguly feels the tempo of the sport has modified. Sunil Gavsakar, who efficiently stood as much as a few of the greatest quick bowlers of all time, additionally felt administration was simpler.
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“Yes, I did (hold the office of BCCI president) for a couple of months in 2014, when the Supreme Court appointed me president of the BCCI, IPL, I did it. It was easy,” Gavaskar stated.
Gavaskar pointed to health when requested in regards to the change in cricket through the years. “I think it’s the fitness. They (players) are much fitter than we were playing and much more stronger and they can hit the ball a fair distance. They are physically fit and agile,” Gavaskar stated.