Stop too much experimentation of batsmen: Kapil
Bhopal, Apr 13 (UNI) Former captain Kapil Dev today said in view of next year's World Cup, Team India's batsmen should not be subjected to too much experimentation in one-dayers.
''Coach Greg Chappell should not experiment beyond limits as that may affect the batsmen's rhythm,'' Kapil told reporters here.
The 'Haryana Hurricane', who was here for a private function, skirted a question on the poor form of Virender Sehwag and Mohammad Kaif, saying that Team India had won several matches despite the duo's inability to contribute much with the willow.
Kapil recently said in Allahabad that the two players should be rested for a while and spend time in domestic tournaments to regain their touch.
When asked about former captain Saurav Ganguly's future, Kapil said, ''There is no point talking about that. Enough discussion has taken place in this regard and there is no margin either for comments or deliberation.'' He expressed confidence that India will win the World Cup if the top order batsmen provided a sterling performance.
The only World Cup winning Indian captain also said Sachin Tendulkar will make a vigorous return to the game after recovering from his injury.
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