Sudhir Naik, the ground in-charge and the curator at Wankhede joins us to talk about the efforts that went behind making the pitch, the outfield and the stadium which will soon host the most important One Day International (ODI) in four years: the Finals of the World Cup 2011 will be held at Wankhede on April 2, 2011. As a former test cricketer and Mumbai Ranji captain, Sudhirji speaks passionately about his role and how he kept his head when all about him were losing theirs; he along with his team made it possible to get the ground up and running for the three matches of this World Cup by spending months together on the ground and toiling it through the summer and rains.
What would Sudhir Naik do if he wins the toss in the finals? (6 min snippet below)
In the following 6 min snippet, Sudhir Naik talks about the sad state of affairs of men who matter most and the support (lack of) from BCCI:
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