V Jayadevan

  • Lorgat defends D/L method decision June 7, 2012

    Dubai: Chief executive Haroon Lorgat has hit back at suggestions of bias over the ICC's plan to retain the DuckworthLewis method of deciding interrupted matches instead of adopting an alternative system from India. Mr V Jayadevan, who devised the alternative VJD method, has written to International Cricket Council (ICC) president...
  • Read: Open letter from VJD creator to the ICC June 5, 2012

    Indian software professional V Jayadevan, the creator of the VJD method, has written an open letter to the International Cricket Council president Sharad Pawar for a neutral review of this method following the ICC's decision to reject his system. Below is the copy of Jayadevan's letter. Sir, I humbly request you...
  • Founder of VJD method knocks the door of Pawar June 5, 2012

    New Delhi: A dejected V Jayadevan, who sought replacement of the controversial Duckworth/Lewis method with his own system in limitedover cricket, has approached the ICC President Sharad Pawar for a neutral review of his method. Alleging bias, Jayadevan said one of the experts in the ICC Cricket Committee, which recently evaluated...
  • ICC should've tried VJD rain rule: Gavaskar June 3, 2012

    New Delhi: Batting legend Sunil Gavaskar has hit out at the International Cricket Council (ICC) for retaining the Duckworth/Lewis rule for rainaffected games despite an alternative suggested by an Indian engineer. The game's world governing body on Friday said it would stick with the rule devised by Englishmen Frank Duckworth and...
  • ICC decides to continue with D/L method, DRS June 1, 2012

    London: The ICC Cricket Committee has decided to keep the controversial Duckworth Lewis method for calculating oneday targets when weather intervenes while making minor changes in other areas of the game, the sport's governing body said on Friday. The committee considered a proposal by V.Jayadevan for a new way of...
  • ICC to take call on D/L method May 30, 2012

    New Delhi: An Indian engineer will learn on Thursday whether his challenge to the Duckworth/Lewis method a controversial but common system used for determining the winner of rainaffected matches has been successful. The system, developed by Frank Duckworth and Tony Lewis, was first introduced at the international level in...