Couch Talk 130 with Gordon Greenidge

Gordon-GreenidgeFormer West Indian opener Gordon Greenidge talks about the mental and technical aspects of opening the batting, what is expected of a Test opener, his partnership with Desmond Haynes over the years, the great team he played in and the phenomenal 214 he made at Lord’s 1984 to secure an improbable victory for West Indies in just over 2 sessions chasing 344 runs.

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Credits:

Intro Music: Aravind Murali and Jaishankar, mixed at ‘Music from The Place’

Guests: Gordon Greenidge

Episode Transcribed by: Bharathram Pattabiraman

Host: Subash Jayaraman

Gordon Greenidge is a mentor for the Trinidad & Tobago Red Steel in the Limacol Caribbean Premier League. The tournament runs until August 16th. 

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