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Krishnamachari Srikkanth has been asked to name his India XI team for this year’s ODI World Cup which is scheduled to be held in October-November.

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2023 is a big year for Indian cricket and especially for Rohit Sharma. After the 2022 World Cup, where India faced a crushing 10-wicket loss to England in the semi-finals, Rohit will lead the team in the World Cup later this year. And the side will have high expectations this time as the marquee tournament is held at home in October-November. The team started their preparations this year with bilateral series wins against Sri Lanka and New Zealand, but faced a disappointing 1-2 loss against Australia just before the Indian Premier League season.

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To make matters worse, India suffered a number of injury setbacks ahead of the World Cup; Jasprit Bumrah has been unavailable for the team since September last year, while wicketkeeper-batsman Rishabh Pant is highly likely to miss the tournament as he continues to recover from injuries sustained in a car accident last year. Shreyas Iyer also suffered a back injury in March that requires surgery and is set to miss the World Cup finals in June.

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Amid speculations about potential player returns and possible additions to the squad, former Indian cricketer Krishnamachari Srikkanth was asked to name his best XI for the World Cup during his commentary on Star Sports for the IPL. Srikkanth, known for his openness, did not shy away from directly naming the eleven players and he also gave a really savage retort to his co-commentator Sanjay Manjrekar.

“Shubman Gill, Rohit Sharma, Virat Kohli, number four, I will still pick Suryakumar Yadav. KL Rahul can be number five, Hardik Pandya number six. Ravindra Jadeja at 7, Axar Patel, Mohammed Shami, Mohammed Siraj,” Srikkanth said.

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When Manjrekar said that Shardul Thakur could also be a useful option in the XI, Srikkanth was quick to dismiss the suggestion saying, “No Shardul. Arshdeep can be there. Shardul can take wickets but he can also concede 12 runs through Ste from Mumbai, so you will name him Shardul!’

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Indian cricket has a rich tradition of sublime opening batsmen: Vijay Hazare, Tiger Pataudi, Sunil Gavaskar, Sourav Ganguly, Virender Sehwag and now Rohit Sharma. There were those who appeared only briefly, but left behind a solid legacy. Kris Srikkanth, fondly called ‘Cheeka’, is among those who dazzled with the bat as he played a song and mocked the new-ball bowling with some sensational shots. Srikkanth’s career may not have reached the dizzying heights of his famous opening partner Sunil Gavaskar, but his ability to perform on big occasions makes him a true legend of the game.

Born in Madras, Srikanth completed his engineering degree but enjoyed playing domestic cricket for Tamil Nadu. He broke into the national team at the age of 21, and with his excellent hand-eye coordination, he was set for a long career. Srikanth did not have the best of starts in international cricket, getting out for ducks in both his ODI and Test debuts. But the team’s persistence with a fine opener eventually paid off as Srikkanth began to form a formidable opening pair with Sunil Gavaskar. He scored a whopping 65 in his second Test, starting a run of good scores.

Srikkanth and Gavaskar were (and remain as individuals) diametrically opposed in their styles. While Gavaskar was restrained in his approach and cultivated the innings with confidence, Srikkanth was aggressive from the start. For modern fans, it was similar to the Sehwag-Sachin combine that blossomed two decades later. Gavaskar later went on to claim that Srikkanth’s presence “liberated” him, a significant comment from one of the greats of the game.

After two memorable World Cup campaigns, few imagined that India would achieve anything dramatic in 1983. Against all odds, the Kapil Dev-led team made it to the final, where they faced the inimitable West Indies. An eventual victory at Lord’s is part of folklore, but Kris Srikkanth’s vital role must also be remembered. India got off to the worst possible start as Andy Roberts removed Gavaskar for 2. Kris Srikkanth was joined by Mohinder Amarnath and the two put together a vital 57-run stand with Srikkanth doing most of the scoring. His 38 consisted of 7 fours and a maximum, a testament to his power hitting ability. Quite strangely, it turned out to be the highest individual score of the match, India batting an all-time 43 runs.

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The Benson and Hedges Cup held in Australia was a major event and India’s breakthrough victory in 1983 allowed them to rise as a cricket team. Kris Srikkanth finished as the highest player of the tournament and played sensationally in the final against Pakistan. Chasing a tricky target of 177, Srikkanth shone at the top scoring 77 off 66 balls as his in-form partner Ravi Shastri gave him ample support. India achieved a memorable triumph thanks to consistent performances in the opening matches, indicating how crucial Srikkanth was to the team’s fortunes.

The backdrop of the 2011 World Cup was in some ways similar to that of the 1983 Prudential Cup as Australia cultivated a hegemonic position reminiscent of the West Indies team in its golden age. India had an opportunity to break their World Cup winning streak and Kris Srikkanth was at the center of it all again, this time as the chief selector. He chose a team that mixed youth with experience. The young blood of players like Virat Kohli, Suresh Raina and Ravichandran Ashwin provided great support to veterans like Tendulkar, Sehwag and Zaheer Khan as India fulfilled their dream of winning the World Cup on home soil. Srikkanth’s role in this win was also significant!

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