Wading into the topic of too much cricket being played currently, Indian wicket keeper Mahendra Singh Dhoni, who has had a meteoric rise in one day cricket batting rankings, has said that a rotation policy could help prolong the career of players and prevent burnout.

However, my view (Sandy’s ) is that this is a sub optimal solution. You do want your best players to be on the field, every time. Rotation should be an option – but only in cases where the series has already been won.

Rotation can ease burnout – Dhoni
Mahendra Singh Dhoni, the Indian wicketkeeper, has said that rotating players will help counter the burnout issue and prolong the careers of players.



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