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Refusal to accept DRS is hurting the Indian team

Dec 22, 2014

Refusal to accept DRS is hurting the Indian team

With close decisions going against India of late, current and former cricketers feel it is high time the BCCI give its nod to the contentious Decision Review System (DRS) as refusal to accept technology is hurting the team badly. #Sports #BCCI #India #Cricket #Australia #Mahendra Singh Dhoni #Rohit Sharma #DRS #Shikhar Dhawan #India in Australia 2014-15
Is India's DRS stand finally about to change?

Dec 22, 2014

Is India's DRS stand finally about to change?

The tourists, who are against using the decision referral system (DRS) in the four-match series, had another contentious umpire's call with the dismissal of R Ashwin on Saturday. #Sports #Cricket #Mahendra Singh Dhoni #DRS #R Ashwin #India in Australia 2014-15
BCCI doesn't like DRS but what's wrong with old-fashioned video replay?

Dec 18, 2014

BCCI doesn't like DRS but what's wrong with old-fashioned video replay?

If the BCCI doesnt approve of DRS technology, fine. If it doesnt want ball-tracking, fine. But it already approves of video replay. Theres reason not to use it. #Sports #BCCI #India #Cricket #Australia #ICC #DRS #Varun Aaron #David Warner #Cheteshwar Pujara #umpires #India in Australia 2014-15 #Josh Hazlewood #Video replay
DRS just doesn't makes sense to us sometimes, says Kohli

Dec 08, 2014

DRS just doesn't makes sense to us sometimes, says Kohli

India remain DRS' most strident critic and stand-in-skipper Virat Kohli confirmed it will be the case for the foreseeable future. #BCCI #India #Cricket #Australia #DRS #IndvsAus #Adelaide #India in Australia 2014-15
Eng vs India Joe Root rues lack of DRS over debatable decisions

Jul 12, 2014

Eng vs India Joe Root rues lack of DRS over debatable decisions

Two debatable decisions went against England in the first Test against India here and middle-order batsman Joe Root said it was "little frustrating" to play without Decision Review System. #Cricket #DRS #India vs England #Joe Root #India in England 2014 #Ind vs Eng

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Hawk-eye view Why cricket is different from tennis

Jul 14, 2012

Hawk-eye view Why cricket is different from tennis

In tennis, high speed cameras are employed to help umpires spot where the ball has bounced. In cricket, Hawk-eye is being called upon to predict the path the ball will take after it has bounced. One is like math, while the other more akin to astrology. #Tennis #Cricket #Sachin Tendulkar #Andy Murray #InMyOpinion #DRS #Hawkeye