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sanjay manjrekar

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Sanjay Manjrekar: Tipping


“The strong tipping culture in America can be unsettling for outsiders, but you see the sense of it after a while. It really is a ‘performance incentive scheme’ for their staff. Basic salary is average; but if you serve your customers well, make them happy, you take home a good salary.”

—Sanjay Manjrekar.

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Sanjay Manjrekar: Purity of skill


“When it comes to Test cricket, like the purity of its concept, what is also needed is purity of skill. Hence, a pure batsman or a pure bowler is precious, because he has focused on only one skill all his life, so he is very good at it.” 

—Sanjay Manjrekar. 

Sanjay Manjrekar: Vegetarianism


“Yes,  vegetarianism is supposed to be healthy and all that,  but I have seen many fat,  unhealthy vegetarians to know that it is more about eating less and eating healthy,  than being a vegetarian or non-vegetarian.” 

—Sanjay Manjrekar. 

Sanjay Manjrekar: Cribbing


“The world changes for the better when we all crib—cribbing is good.”

—Sanjay Manjrekar.

Sanjay Manjrekar: Lack of customers


“If Test cricket was a shop, it would have been shut down a long time ago for lack of customers.”

—Sanjay Manjrekar.

Sanjay Manjrekar: Coaches


“The coaches that actually make a difference to Indian cricket are those that coached players like Tendulkar, Dravid and others, when they were kids. The grassroots level coaches.”—Sanjay Manjrekar.

Sanjay Manjrekar: What use?


“But, what use is a well-thought-out field setting when the batsman is hitting the ball out of the ground?”
—Sanjay Manjrekar.

Sanjay Manjrekar: Self-confidence


“…one important quality needed for true greatness is great self-confidence……………if there is a hint of self-doubt, then that will stop you from being truly great.”
— Sanjay Manjrekar.

Sanjay Manjrekar: Popularity and talent


“To produce extraordinary talent, the most important requirement is for that sport to be popular in the country. For popularity breeds competition; and where there is competition, only exceptional talent will come to the fore.”
Sanjay Manjrekar.

Sanjay Manjrekar: Rest


“We often talk about training hard to be a fit cricketer and put in the hours in the gym and on the ground trying to get stronger and durable, but we forget one important aspect in a cricketer’s career. Rest.”

—Sanjay Manjrekar.

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