sehwag

India
October 27, 2006 8:25am CST
do u think sehwag is losing his grip on the game,i think so,he should concentrate and take his time to set
9 responses
• India
12 Jan 07
yes he needs to play some games in national level. very soon he will make a come back strongly..
• India
11 Jan 07
No I don't think so as he is a kind of player who don't require form.He can fire in any match on his day. But yes he should now play like a senior player & take his time to settle & then fire.
• India
10 Jan 07
Yes . There is no doubt about it . He lacks concentration in his game , it seems so . Time is running out for him . It is now or never . I think he should get some good luck charm or something . Only that , it seems can turn the tide in his favour !!!
• India
9 Jan 07
He is not losing his grip,he has already lost it. he has lost his rhythm and he has lost every thing that takes to be an international player.And more over there is very less time before the world cup and he has to get his strategies right instead of takin advice because he would be knowing himself better that anybody else.And he should even watch his old match clippings.
• India
6 Jan 07
i think it would be too harsh as he has done well over a period of time scores centuries in last series against west indies and had couple of good knocks in one dayers when rest of batsmen falied except yuvraj. We probably expect too much from him, if he has to be dropped then maybe sachin and dravid should be dropped and we should hope that they make a comeback like ganguly
• India
6 Jan 07
i think it would be too harsh as he has done well over a period of time scores centuries in last series against west indies and had couple of good knocks in one dayers when rest of batsmen falied except yuvraj. We probably expect too much from him, if he has to be dropped then maybe sachin and dravid should be dropped and we should hope that they make a comeback like ganguly
• India
5 Jan 07
I think he needs to play domestic cricket, it will really help him to get his confidence back. He is a very good player its just the matter of time..
@vivek2006 (1419)
• India
5 Jan 07
He's surely lost the grip on the game big time. As far as technique goes, he was never good at that but now after his performances recently he needs to come good in the one dayers against west indies at home leading up to the world cup. He's an important part of greg chapell's plans for the world cup and will surely be in squad for one dayers but if he and the team don't come good in the world cup, it might be all loss for sehwag for some time.
@haranv (571)
• India
28 Nov 06
yeh..i agree with wat u said..Though sehwag is my fav player,i agree he is not in form now..