Sadagopan Ramesh broke into international cricket
with an impressive and self assured debut against Pakistan. He played
the pace of Wasim Akram, Waqar Younis and Shoaib Akthar and the
spin of Saqlain Mushtaq and Mushtaq Ahmed with equal felicity, ran
up a series of consistent scores including a couple of hundreds
and suddenly India had unearthed a world class opening batsman.
An elegant southpaw with big match temprement, Ramesh came into
an Indian side in desperate need of an opener and filled that slot
like he was born to it.
While so many talented players have failed to live up to their potential
due to lack of mental toughness, Ramesh is blessed with a mind like
ice and positively thrives in big match pressure situations
Cynics and self styled cricketing pundits point to his faulty footwork
and awry technique. Then there were the detractors who said he would
never get runs away from the sub continent and he would come up
a cropper against the Australian pace bowlers on the faster and
bouncier pitches `Down Under.' Taking up the challenge, Ramesh proved
that he could get runs in any conditions. What matters at the end
of each day, is the runs on the board and Ramesh has consistently
proved his ability, to put them there.
Currently out of the Indian side, more to misfortune than any fault
of his, Ramesh is available for product endorsements and personal
appearances, at a price that is a fifth of what he will command,
once he fights his way back to the Indian 11.
What this means, is that a commercial association with Ramesh now
makes eminent business sense. To take things further, please get
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