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Created by : mandar kulkarni, Associate Consultant, HCL Technologies  | 05 14 2010 11:12:49 +0000
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Yes IPL is one reason why we walked out of T20. They showed more interest in the IPL and failed to practice for the T20. As you have mentioned we are good in our pitch but when we go out we are bound to fail. So we need to have more practice in all kind of stadium and should give our best in the next world cup......   !!!!


By Saurabh Awasthi, SBU/Profit Center Head, ONGC  05 15 2010 08:20:40 +0000
 
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I don't think that IPL is the reason .Indian players got good practice in IPL ,they should have performed better than any other country.Most of the other country players played in IPL... performed very well in WC.Most of the indian players were over confident.

There is no point in saying they were tired but they were lacked in skill.Most of the batsmen were trying to hit sixes because the ground was small but they failed. 

To hide this failure they are blaming IPL.


By Akshay R Shrivastava, Officer -ACH & CTS Technology, National Payments Corporation of India  05 17 2010 10:11:40 +0000
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Not IPL T-20, by itself, but through the associated fringe benefits.

Excess money, attention, recreation etc.-n


By Ravindra Sharma, Managing Consultant, CHEF-India  | 05 19 2010 06:57:31 +0000
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Yes, already have enough money
By Babita Juneja, Asstt. Manager-Marketing Communication, Havells India Ltd.  | 05 17 2010 09:51:28 +0000
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Yes, I agree with you Subhash.

Our players showed more interest in IPL due to money involve in it.

Also they are not serious about T20 world cup as they did not done practice

session before their last match to Sri-lanka. All of them enjoyed sea ride &

beach volley-ball.They should be paid as per the result of the match/series.


By SHRIKANT MANOHAR DANKE, Zonal Manager / Sr. Project Manager ( Civil Engineering), Kumar Properties  | 05 17 2010 09:21:17 +0000
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The captain should take the responsibility, as his risk taking methods does not work. I think, the team should play more games as a part of Indian team rather play like in IPL.


By Santosh Kumar Mohanty, Civil Engineer-Municipal, Sambalpur University  | 05 16 2010 15:09:08 +0000
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yes according to me ipl affect the performance of the indian players .
By kavar chandresh C., Student in C.U.Shah College Of Engineering & Technology, Surendranagr( 1st year ME)  | 05 16 2010 14:40:15 +0000
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yes,one way to grow our cricket give royalty as there performance ,no performance no money also with condition no any advertisement .no
By Pramod.M.Yadav , Executive Distribution, Celebrities management pvt ltd TRAVEL XP HD  | 05 16 2010 13:04:01 +0000
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Yep. I think the Indian players in IPL see immensely more profit in IPL than representing India - can rue the fact but can we blame them?

The pride of representing India is too little when compared to the mega bucks of the IPL contracts. It is a matter of mindset - and the pride of being an Indian and representing it fall by the wayside...


By Rajib Bose, Top Mgmt Manager/Sr. Manager, Sigma Consultants P Ltd  | 05 16 2010 04:06:04 +0000
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no bcoz there job is to play as we dnt leave from our business and is nt the ipl its parties
By aditi gupta, Back Office Executive, leo computer  | 05 15 2010 16:17:26 +0000
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yes IPL is main reason. 


By suresh asher, Agency Associate, Max New York Life  | 05 15 2010 12:41:55 +0000
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Saurabh you are right. his IPL seasons with lots of money, Fame, Name, Parties etc., all contributed to the poor show at T20. Not only this but for the cricket  being looked at as Money maker for every one involved and least importance to the future of the Game is doing the damage in the long run for the Game. But good for the players in the short term.


By Srinivas S.Mantrala, PMP, Executive Engineer, A.P.S.Police Housing Corporation  | 05 15 2010 09:00:23 +0000
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I think India's escape from T20 world cup has shown that we are very complacent about preparations for T20 world cup. As most of our "Heroes" in IPL looked great on Indian pitches...but faced the chin music in "Carrebian". It showed that we are still weak playing "Pace" and "Bounce". The same thing happened in Last T20 world cup; so there is definately lack of preparations for this world cup.
By mandar kulkarni, Associate Consultant, HCL Technologies  | 05 14 2010 11:12:49 +0000
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THANK YOU SAURAB FOR YOUR INVITATION.

IPL IS AN EXCUSE FOR NON PERFORMANCE.IT IS THE LAX ATTITUDE,MINDSET,INABILITY TO ADAPT,DETERMINATION TO PERFORM,LOW CONFIDENCE LEVEL,IMPORTANCE TO MONEY THAN THE GAME ETC ETC ETC ARE THE REASONS AND IPL SINGULARLY IS IN NOWAY RESPONSIBLE FOR LACK LUSTURE PERFORMANCE OF OUR HEROES.


By s.baalu , Consultant, XYZ LTD  | 05 19 2010 14:29:53 +0000
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No, why should IPL be blamed, its a domestic tournament and provides valuable match practice to the players. Moreover India is out for more of a technical drawback of being unable to tackle the short deliveries rather than anything else. So these so called media hyped greats should go back to the nets and practice playing some short rising deliveries.


By Satadru Shastri, Partner, Mukherjee & Shastri  | 05 17 2010 19:14:35 +0000
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IPL has nothing to do with the poor performance of Indian cricket team. It is only over confidence, over ambition and casual approach which has resulted in to this type of mess. Cricket is a game of strategy and tactic which our players have totally lacked as they are more busy in being brand ambassadors.


By Vishal Jindal, Head - Operations, Globe Automobiles Pvt Ltd  | 05 17 2010 17:13:09 +0000
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no... because of IPL, selectors could see many new talents what they overlooked as this format of cricket requires young talents with fire in belly to perform...
By saurabh sinha, Manager - Marketing & Communications, Halonix Ltd.  | 05 17 2010 10:19:49 +0000
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All should know that short cricket is not like ordinary one matches.. it's all depend on the time and luck. assume if a wicket get down at small run rate, then it'll be a big pressure on whole team, Since time is less to play under pressure ,no one can do anything. We should have to encourage our players even when they loose. "todays loose is a step for tomorrows gain".
By Niranjan prasad Y S, Assitant engineer, National Informatics Centre(3i-infotech consultancy services Ltd)  | 05 17 2010 10:18:41 +0000
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obviously no. they had healthy amount of t20 practice in ipl. we did not have any batsmen in the line who could play well in backfoot like upcoming virat kohli n robin, essential for playing in bouncy wicket. our bowling , batting , match strategy was too defensive. its a no-no in t20 game.


By Rajapandian , Business Development Manager, Grene Studio  | 05 15 2010 12:37:42 +0000
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no I do not think so, but the attitude of not carrying the fun in limitation by individuals players has slumped the game.

ther many foreign players who have played here but their track record has not gone down at WC-T20.

money is heavier than the CUP for us atleast by statistic .

further it is wrong so say the superb opportunity like IPL should be made bali ka bakra so of some tom dick and harry.

sport is not always winning but the performance  and fight does matter. 

if some player feel that cannot perform than they should be rested and new guys must be given chance.

DO NOT SAY THAT INDIANS CRICKET CRAZY NATION DO NOT HAVE 20 PERSONS EXTRA SO THAT WE CAN FIGHT THE WC T-20 AT BEST AND LET THE IPL GUYS REST.

THERE MUST BE FIRE IN BELLY OF BCCI SELECTORS ALSO SO THAT THEY SELECT PROPERLY AND MAKE THINGS HAPPEN AND NOT JUST PARTY.

WHY CANNOT MANAGEMENT PROFEESIONAL SELECT AND PERFORM ON STATICTICS AND NOT ON PHONE CALLS.

 

 

 


By shivanand shenoy, self employed, siddhi  | 05 15 2010 12:30:50 +0000
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