Mumbai: Former captain Ajay Jadeja is thrilled that leg-before (line) decisions can no longer be challenged by batsmen even as Decision Review System (DRS) has been made mandatory for all Tests and one-day internationals, subject to availability of infra-red cameras and audio-tracking devices, as recently suggested by Sachin Tendulkar.
"Growing up, I was always taught not to question an umpire's decision it was the basic thing. What you are going to do with LBW decisions being scrutinised is make it tough for junior coaches who are teaching a child.
Only at the international level will he be exposed to technology. When a child starts playing cricket, the umpire at that moment is his parent or a coach. That child is going to start questioning them with the implementation of reviews. You are playing with the sport. That's because 99.9 per cent of the cricket playing population of the world play under just one rule," he said.