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 Duckworth-Lewis 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 limited-over 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 rain-affected 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 one-day 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 rain-affected matches – has been successful. The system, developed by Frank Duckworth and Tony Lewis, was first introduced at the international level in...