Yuvi looks ahead at new season

Updated: 25 February 2007 09:52 IST

The Indian cricket players may be on a three-month break from international action, but they can't ignore the constant developments in the game.

New Delhi:

The Indian cricket players may be on a three-month break from international action, but they can't ignore the constant developments in the game. One of the young guns of Team India, Yuvraj Singh, is among those who have played nearly all their international cricket under a foreign coach. The pied piper of Punjab talks highly of former Indian coach John Wright, even though he shared a love-hate relationship with the New Zealander. India don't play any international cricket till end July when they travel to Sri Lanka for a tri-series. The Punjab lad wants to start the new season on a high note and believes Sourav Ganguly, currently serving a six-match ban, will be back to boost the morale of the Indian team. While that might still be several months away, what players like Yuvraj Singh need to first do is help the new Indian coach establish the same rapport with the team that John Wright enjoyed.

Topics : Cricket India
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