Umpire is becomming a profession. In the wake of being remembered for the ICC’s first class board of umpires, India’s Nitin Menon has said that he intends to keep the Indian banner flying high.
The umpire likewise added that he needs to see more portrayal from India in the ICC’s first class board. “We didn’t have any portrayal in the Elite Panel for some time. I currently need to keep the Indian banner flying high. I want to see more umpires from India at the high level,” the official site of BCCI cited Menon as saying.
“I consider this to be a chance and a major duty to take Indian Umpires forward and control them every which way by sharing my encounters,” he included. The 36-year-old Menon has become the most youthful Indian umpire to be named on the board and is third and at present the main Indian after Srinivas Venkataraghavan and Sundaram Ravi.
Nitin, who as of late remained in his lady Test, has administered in three Tests, 24 ODIs and 16 T20Is. He has likewise administered in two ICC Women’s T20 World Cups.
His height returns on the of his predictable exhibitions in the ICC board of worldwide umpires, where he was first named in 2016. A previous cricketer Menon spoke to Madhya Pradesh in U-16, U-19, U-23 and List A matches from 1996 to 2004.At 22, he chose to follow the strides of his dad Narendra, a previous first five star cricketer and a worldwide umpire.He cleared the BCCI umpiring test in 2006 at 23 years old and began directing in local matches from the 2007-08 season.