World Cup to be held in England from May 30, finals will be on Lords on July 14
Wickets get flattened in summer, so there will be trouble in swinging the ball: Sachin
Mumbai. Sachin Tendulkar believes that England's pitches during the World Cup will be very helpful for the batsmen but bowlers will have trouble in swinging here. On the occasion of inauguration of MIG Club Pavilion, named after his name, Sachin said, "I am told that there will be plenty of heat there. The wickets were also good in the Champions Trophy. The wickets become flat in the hot summer. I hope this will be a great wicket for batting. "
The World Cup is to be held in England from May 30. In this, 10 teams, including India, will participate. The final of the tournament will be on the grounds of the Lords on July 14.
Even after the cloud, swing will stop getting help after one over
He said, 'I do not think the circumstances will be very different, unless the cloud is there. The ball can swing on the cloud, but it will not be too long, just before the first. '
Some Indian players, including captain Virat Kohli, Hardik Pandya and Lokesh Rahul, are performing well in the Indian Premier League. Asked whether its use will be available in the World Cup too?
Sachin said, "Good performance in any format is a great news because it gives confidence to the player. If you trust yourself in any format then this is important. '
Tendulkar also tweeted former West Indies captain Brian Lara on his birthday. They said, 'We met a few weeks ago. I told them that 50 got there and 50 years are still left. '
Talking to Lara as a wonderful person, Tendulkar said, "He has made many records on the field of cricket but his best is yet to come." Lara has a record of making 400 and 500 runs in the Test and first-class matches.