The best thing about IPL is that you get a chance to share the dressing room with players from different backgrounds and understand each other's game, says West Indian vice-captain Ramnaresh Sarwan.
There is something about the way he smiles. A few years back, when Glenn McGrath fired a barb at the West Indian vice-captain Ramnaresh Sarwan after being hit for 21 runs in two overs in a Test at Antigua, Sarwan stood his ground. On Wednesday, as the rest of the Kings XI Punjab team busied themselves with fielding drills, Sarwan, the latest to join the team, began with a catching drill with Piyush Chawla.
And, when that was over, he flashed a smile reminiscent of the one he had for McGrath during that tour. "I am looking forward to playing McGrath on Sunday," Sarwan said, and spoke about the IPL season.
McGrath is a world-class bowler and I think, even after retirement, he can give batsmen around the world a tough time. Though we had a go on the field, but off itRead More »from Twenty20 is good to spread cricket: Sarwan