Sidhuisms to de-stress you…

Sidhuisms to de-stress you…

Navjot Singh Sidhu,born 20 October 1963, is a former Indian cricketer . After retirement from cricket he has taken up television commentary, and politics.Sometime ago,he was forced to resign from his political position because he was convicted of homicide,but he won from the same seat once he was cleared from the charges.Navjot Singh Sidhu has had a volatile career as a cricketer from 1983 to 1999.He made an uneventful international debut against the West Indies at Ahmedabad in 1983 scoring just 19 runs in his debut Test match. He was given another chance in that series but failed again. He was selected for the 1987 Cricket World Cup in India scoring 73 on his One Day International debut in a losing effort against Australia. He scored 50s in 4 of the 5 World Cup 1987 matches in which he batted, failing in the semifinal against England. His first ODI century came against Pakistan in Sharjah in 1989 while his 134 against England at Gwalior in 1993 was his highest ODI score and the innings which he called his best when he retired in 1999.Sidhu started his career as a commentator for NIMBUS when India toured Sri Lanka in 2001. He however later became a commentator with ESPN Star Sports. As a commentator, Sidhu is noted for his one-liners, which are popularly known as “Sidhuisms”.I have been collecting his”Sidhuisms”from various sources since many years.I now intend to share them with my readers.Here is a begining:

Statistics are like miniskirts, they reveal more than what they hide !
Statistics are like bikinis, what they reveal is suggestive, what they hide is essential !

Cricket is the game of glorious uncertainities ! Glorious – When Tendulkar plays; Uncertain – when the rest of the team plays !
It is not just the spectators, the cricketers too get distracted when the cheerleaders shake their bums !!

Keep smiling and forget your stresses …Keep watching for some more smileys soon !

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