Former India opener Akash Chopra has criticized the format of the World Trial Championship (WTC) final, which will be held between India and New Zealand in Southampton, starting Friday. According to Chopra, deciding the winner of a two-year tournament on the basis of a one-time test is very unfair as earlier, Indian coach Ravi Shastri had also battled for the World Tennis Championships final to be the best of the three. Issue. However, the ICC’s response stated that it was not a realistic option given the busy cricket calendar, in a YouTube chat with Pakistani cricketer Kamran Akmal, Chopra criticized the ICC over the current WTC format. He said: “After two years of hard work, you play one test in another country to determine the winner of the World Test Championship (WTC). I can’t understand what it looks like. If you want to organize the World Tennis Championships final in another country, you have at least the best format.” out of three.” “Chopra wants the final to be better than three.” In Australia, even the Benson & Hedges series, which was just a triple series, used three finals. Here two years later, there is only one final to determine the winner. And if there is a tie, Which is entirely possible, since there is a chance of rain in England we will have two joint winners or two champions. I’m not convinced of that. Hopefully the ICC will change the format next time.” Chopra suggested that in the event of a tie, the team announcement that ended on One World Trade Center Points would be a fairer option. He added, “Instead of having joint winners, the ICC could have declared the team that finished first in the points table the winner. India was up front, so they would win in this case, but even if New Zealand was the side with the biggest A number of points, they would have deserved the winners.” The former cricketer has also expressed reservations about using the reserve day in the World Tennis Championships final, it will only come into effect to make up for the lost sums. Chopra asked, “What if, on the last day, one team needed 45 runs to win and the opponent needed two wickets? Shouldn’t the reserve day be used to complete the match even if the overs were done? If we can get a score, why not?” It’s the World Tennis Championships final after all.” The fact that Neil Wagner may not be playing World Trade Center definitive proof of Kiwi’s quick bowling fortunes: Akash Chopra Chopra praised New Zealand for making up a strong team despite a lack of resources. The Black Caps regained first place in the ICC Test Rankings after beating England at Edgbaston. Chopra praised New Zealand’s determination and culture, saying: “New Zealand is a small country so it lacks a bit of depth, but their current pool of players is really good. If you look at their fast bowling power, Tim Southee didn’t play in the second Test against England. Missed it.Matt Henry played there, but he may not make it to the finals of the World Tennis Championships playing in the eleventh.“Chopra has praised the New Zealand team spirit.” Neil Wagner has taken many wickets over the past two years, but even he may not make it. to the World Tennis Championships final and plays with 11. The batsmen aren’t flamboyant or attractive, but they play well within their limits. Their culture is really good. They play for each other.” New Zealand on Tuesday selected its 15-member squad for the World Tennis Championships final. The multi-talented Mitchell Santner was the missing big name, with Ajaz Patel getting the nod in front of him. Log in / register to reply.