Mumbai: It was his recommendation that made Decision Review System (DRS) a reality. There are few in the cricket fraternity who warrant more respect both on and off the field. From opening the bowling with a spinner in an ODI, to introducing a three-dimensional facet to cricket coverage as an executive television producer, innovation and New Zealand legend Martin Crowe, go in chorus.
Having hung his boots in 1994, arguably New Zealand's greatest-ever batsman is contemplating a serious comeback to the sport, at the age of 48. Here are the excerpts of his interview with Mid-Day.
What has prompted you to make a comeback at this age? Are you 'half-serious' as suggested by the New Zealand media, or 'very serious'?