Interview of Cricket Fans – 109

J – Thank you for your participation in this interview, what is the positive impact of Cricket in your life?

I think playing and now working for the game, I for one got part of live experiences to realize which certainly encourages me in my life emphatically. Cricket as a game has taught me to win or lose but still give your best next time when you are out to play or work.

J – Which cricketer’s story inspires you the most?

It will be unquestionably the Master Blaster Sachin Ramesh Tendulkar! I have seen him and his endeavours in the close quarter due to MIG Cricket Club and have heard him a couple of times on how endeavours can give you laurels. Lately, it will be son of an everyday wage development worker, Thangarasu Natarajan broadly known as T. Natrajan who proceeded to play for India in T20 on his first IPL season. It’s about self-conviction and support of perfect individuals at the correct time.

J – Your thoughts on the Indian captain Virat Kohli?

After every single retired legend, he is simply the legend where individuals in a real sense hold on to see him score a century each opportunity when he comes out to bat. He is unquestionably a team player and furthermore, an inspiration to many. His fitness talks volume about him as a player, Kohli in 2011 and now his sheer determination and class. The expectation is that he accomplishes best as a batsman and skipper.

J – Your views on the Hitman – Rohit Sharma?

The Hitman will be my number one player as I was in similar nets for a choice preliminary for Mumbai U-14 route back in 1999-2000. A class batsman who went to on to score three 200’s for India, and expectation is that he performs in Test Cricket also. As per me he should lead India in T20 as his captaincy in the said format is extraordinary and the record says it all.

J – Tell us about your experience of being an MI fan?

I have been an MI enthusiast since the first IPL happened in 2008 as it was Sachin Tendulkar who captained and played for a long time and now its Rohit Sharma. It is extraordinary to see Mumbai lad driving the franchise, not at all like other franchises. Ambanis have been splendid in building up the group and giving opportunities to the youthful firearms by getting in the auction. The expectation is they win more and more IPL trophies.

J – How does it feel to be the youngest President of the MIG Cricket Club?

Honestly, never thought on this, as it was an amazement to me also. A few occasions turned for the time being and I had to take take the responsibility to manage everything in light of a legitimate concern for the club. The confidence and trust by other managing committee members, some Board of Trustees and of course our club members helped me a lot. It’s an interim position until we hold our next elections, however, yes it unquestionably feels incredible to serve a particularly tremendous reputed institution/club of Mumbai and India.

J – What are the steps/measures you have taken as the President of MIG Cricket Club for the development of the game?

Unfortunately, couldn’t do much due to Covid-19 pandemic. In current un-lock announcement and SOP’s, we have successfully started our regular camps for various age groups.

J – Who is that one player from the MIG Cricket Club who can make it big in the international arena?

I guess it will be Mr Atharva Ankolekar who has already played U-19 World Cup -2020.

J – What is your all-time XI?

Sachin Tendulkar
Matthew Hayden
Brian Lara
MS Dhoni
Rahul Dravid
Jacques Kallis
Jonty Rhodes
Wasim Akram
Shane Warne
Glenn Mcgrath

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