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17-Feb to 02-Mar
Is rotation policy good for Team India?

Verdict

A successful rotation policy can be the difference between winning one World Cup and remaining World Champions for an entire decade like Australia were between 1999 and 2011. Rotation policies ensure depth along with bench strength and should not be mistaken for politics. Players need a break from the game to recuperate and it is something we should not deny them as human beings.
62.96 % Defend
37.04 % Attack
“ Rotation is essential if a team wants depth and strength on the bench as well. ”
“ Winning is more important than trials of the players. ”
Monish Moorthy: The long term plans of the team include the 2015 World Cup. Rotation is the way for them to build a pool of 20 players who by then will have the polished skill and experience required for a title defense. Seniors with years of experience have bigger troubles if one match on the bench can harm their 'form'. Youngsters though need to given a good run for them to make mistakes and learn from them, understand themselves and the game better.
Foram Gosrani: While it ensures that young players get a chance in the playing 11, it also means the in form player misses a match per policy rules, affecting their rhythm. E.G.: Gautam Gambhir has scored very well but will miss every 3rd match while Rohit Sharma is still in the playing 11 despite his non-performance. Young players get a chance but there is no guarantee they will perform well and could turn into a liability for the team. Winning is more important than trials of the players.
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26 Opinions
ya everyone should get chance atleast a single game
01 Mar 2012
@monish moorthy u r totally ryt man aftr al playrs r also humans dey 2need rest.. its a totally ryt1
01 Mar 2012
mainly for bowler's it gud. it put pressure on individual to perform better 4 cementing his place in team. then individual start give his 100%
29 Feb 2012
"Winning is always important as it increase the morale ". Wel, Sachin no doubt would have pulled himself out in the next series, so under the circumstances as it involved the best 3 odi teams, this is not the place for the trails of players. 2015 is a long way to go, so the youngsters in the team will definitely get ample chances before the world Cup. Hence, for the moment it is important that India field a winning combination to bring some joy to Indian Cricket .
29 Feb 2012
28 Feb 2012
RCB is the best
27 Feb 2012
good this is best policy
24 Feb 2012
rotation is not a good opinion
24 Feb 2012
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24 Feb 2012
Yeah!!rotation policy is good as it gives opportunity for other players to prove themselves
24 Feb 2012
support you
23 Feb 2012
ya tat's a grt move by dhoni... v need to look ahead.... for next wc sachin viru playing would b doubtful... it's gud tat v give d younsters a flavour of downunder....
23 Feb 2012
This is very good for the team because it will make all players feel a pressure of getting out of the team so all will perform well..
23 Feb 2012
To sort out the best players, better make use of rotation policy... players who play well in australian conditions can be retained for world cup 2015...
22 Feb 2012
i am very agree with this.and i think this is for every one including captain dhoni as well.it ges chance to perform the 12th,13th and other extra player in the team.
22 Feb 2012
true
22 Feb 2012
If winning is more important then give more chances to in-form players like irfan,rahane,manoj and drop sachin,sehwag..
21 Feb 2012
Give Youngsters a chance !!!!!! Old guns be seated !!!!
21 Feb 2012
21 Feb 2012
@Allen Two other players are underperforming - Sachin and Viru. Don't see why they should get more chances than the youngsters who need some consistency to get a rhythm.
21 Feb 2012
We are selecting the final 11 not to impress anyone but to win matches and win the tournament. Rotation policy is good since the top 3 are not performing exceptionally well and given the talent of young players India has we need to find good players who will represent India after these top players retire.
21 Feb 2012
attacking is noy good always... its better to defend first..!!!!
21 Feb 2012
Rotation policy is certainly in! With Cricket being played for like, 300 days a year, nothing else, except for the rotation policy can help.
18 Feb 2012
yes i defend
18 Feb 2012
Sachin Tendulkar won't play 2015 World Cup in Australia. We should give exposure to players who will be around then.
17 Feb 2012
Against
19 Opinions
I think winning is most important in the game
01 Mar 2012
I think Winning is more important ..
29 Feb 2012
28 Feb 2012
Disappointed with dhoni's game plan. hw come raina,jadeja continue to get chance ahead of tiwary, and rohit
28 Feb 2012
dhoni is a complete mess
26 Feb 2012
Team India should start making tough decisions of keeping the players in the Eleven on the basis of their performances and not by their reputation.
23 Feb 2012
No because India is still not sure about their best Eleven. Team India must prepare a Eleven that would play well in all conditions and then start doing the rotation. If players wants rest then they can also do that in IPL matches and not for Internationals.
23 Feb 2012
then why not dhoni also sit??? he's a senior player too right!!! so its only against the policy,instead better make someone wait...its like feeding them alternate days.starving n feeding them alternately.
23 Feb 2012
considering huge plans for 2015 is grt, but jst thinking of letting them to get used to australian pitches is a bad idea.Young players r good,bt not good enough of senior of senior players.
23 Feb 2012
In form players should not be rested as well as the youngsters.They have to adapt to these conditions for the 2015 world cup.
22 Feb 2012
So if Ghambir has to sit down.. Dhoni is same age as him :)
22 Feb 2012
there is still a long way to go for the world cup .the best 11 has to be fielded for every match so that we have chances of winning.
22 Feb 2012
Alot of them, you wanna try Jadeja again and again?? Rohit?? We can rather depend on Sachin
21 Feb 2012
It's just getting crazy out there.. Why play Jadeja, Raina, Rohit in all the games when they're other players warming the ###?? Tiwary, Parthiv are far better players compared.. Dhoni needs to stop his experiment...
21 Feb 2012
it is all about how you win. Not just letting players to sit out..
21 Feb 2012
i not happy with retension policy when players in form.
20 Feb 2012
yes u r
20 Feb 2012
it's absolutely right dat getting to first rank in ODI's is much important than rotation policy.and by which way cud u use this policy for our seniors.this policy fits only 4 the middle order batting as some of the players like rohit sharma,suresh riana haven't gave any good performance yet.and players like manoj tiwary are sitting on the benches,thus this policy only suits middle order.Actually the captain and the coach use the word rotation policy to hide the fact that our seniors are being dropped not rotated.and with the use of rotation policy we cud see no improvement in our playing....
20 Feb 2012
getting to rank 1 in ODI is much important rather than thinking of 2015 world cup... the seniors should be playing every match as they have proved themselves based on performance... the youngsters should not be given chances because the are youngsters..they have to prove themselves to be in the team.. this will lead to a better competion for the slots of middle order and lower middle order.
20 Feb 2012