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Tuk Tuk Sharma in IPL since 2019 (Cricinfo)

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Rohit has a system slowdown because the energy from the gut chakra is directly connected to the brain which is mapping strategies to win the game. There is a chess game in his head that we can’t see. Batting skills is overrated.

 

I will be out on the street to protest for this kaptaan  :yay: 

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"Rohit has been way below par in the last few seasons in the IPL. The last time he averaged 30-plus in an IPL season was in 2016. Since then, Rohit has averaged below 30 - in the high twenties - every year. His strike rates in these five seasons have been ordinary too: he has struck at 130-plus only in one of them - in 2018. From the 2019 season, when he began opening for Mumbai Indians regularly, Rohit has averaged 27.9 and struck at 127.7."

 

 

Among top order (#1-3) batsmen:

 

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@zen

 

This is blasphemy. You are using some concocted statistics to put down a :mi: legend.

Your graph reads: Average factor - ratio of batters average to partners average.

 

Its clear that RoSha consumes more batter than his partner. He is a dosa aficionado.

What has this to do with his on field performance? :confused:

 

You may as well introduce a 'celestial ratio'* on one of the axes to make him look bad.

 

(*); ratio of the distance of the batsman from the moon to ratio of the distance of the non striker from the closest fountain.

 

I think I'm going to ask  for an injunction here. So that you don't make more of these demeaning and derogatory posts. :mad: 

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2 minutes ago, Mariyam said:

@zen

 

This is blasphemy. You are using some concocted statistics to put down a :mi: legend.

Your graph reads: Average factor - ratio of batters average to partners average.

 

Its clear that RoSha consumes more batter than his partner. He is a dosa aficionado.

What has this to do with his on field performance? :confused:

 

You may as well introduce a 'celestial ratio'* on one of the axes to make him look bad.

 

(*); ratio of the distance of the batsman from the moon to ratio of the distance of the non striker from the closest fountain.

 

I think I'm going to ask  for an injunction here. So that you don't make more of these demeaning and derogatory posts. :mad: 

 

Play him in MI for as long as you like (Unfortunately, his last task could be to sink India one more time before his appetite for failures in satisfied :dontknow: ):

 

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I have faith in sarma  , he can compensate poor performances with top notch captaincy. He probably learned from the best and  he will be better than his master. We just have to go easy on him and hope he finds his old Rozilla form. 

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1 hour ago, Majestic said:

He has been poor in IPL but he has been good in T20Is. So, does it matter when playing for India as he has done well there?


Done well? In paytm? … We saw what he did in the recent WC in key games (Pak & NZ) :hmm:

 

PS IPL is closer to ICC events where a team plays against multiple opponents in different conditions under pressure. 

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30 minutes ago, zen said:


Done well? In paytm? … We saw what he did in the recent WC in key games (Pak & NZ) :hmm:

 

PS IPL is closer to ICC events where a team plays against multiple opponents in different conditions under pressure. 

If it is about the failures in last WT20, you have a valid point there but IPL is also not closer to WT20 because the bowling quality is not as good as you will get in World T20s. There will always be that one bowler in every team who is not international class and can release any pressure built by the main bowlers. Some may have two such mediocre bowlers.

 

For example, you have Unadkat in MI now, Akash Deep in RCB, Some newbies like Mukesh in CSK, Aaron in some other team, Odean Smith in Punjab and so on. These guys are bound to reduce the quality of IPL teams bowling attack. Then guys like Prasidh, Umesh, Cummins are pretty average too.

 

Hence, the only valid parameter in T20s should be World T20 performance. 

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5 minutes ago, Majestic said:

If it is about the failures in last WT20, you have a valid point there but IPL is also not closer to WT20 because the bowling quality is not as good as you will get in World T20s. There will always be that one bowler in every team who is not international class and can release any pressure built by the main bowlers. Some may have two such mediocre bowlers.

 

For example, you have Unadkat in MI now, Akash Deep in RCB, Some newbies like Mukesh in CSK, Aaron in some other team, Odean Smith in Punjab and so on. These guys are bound to reduce the quality of IPL teams bowling attack. Then guys like Prasidh, Umesh, Cummins are pretty average too.

 

Hence, the only valid parameter in T20s should be World T20 performance. 


 “Closer” … there are both good & relatively weak teams in IPL … In WC too you would have BD (an up & down team), NAM and SCO, etc


 

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Fun fact: man of the series WT20 2021 Dave Warner was dropped from his IPL side in the IPL that just preceded the WT20.

 

who is the closest player we have to Warner in terms of body of work and accomplishment?

 

answer that question and things will fall in place 

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