Decision Review System: In IPL 2022, the 61st match is being played between Kolkata Knight Riders and Sunrisers Hyderabad on Saturday. KKR won the toss and decided to bat first. During Kolkata’s innings, Rinku Singh wanted to take DRS but the umpire refused him. Umpire Anil Chaudhary told that now the time has passed. After this there was a lot of discussion between the umpire and Rinku Singh. Although Billings indicated a review at the non-striker’s end, the rule requires the batsman at the striker’s end to indicate a review. What are the rules of DRS, how many DRS can 1 team take in IPL? Some such information is being given in this news.
15 seconds is given
The full form of DRS is Decision Review System Hota Hai. Under this, if any team or player feels that the decision of the umpire is wrong, then during the fielding, the captain and the batsman standing at the striker’s end can take a review by making a T mark with his hand. A time of 15 seconds is given for this. After this, the third umpire again investigates and gives the decision. If the demand is true, the third umpire overturns the on-field umpire’s decision. In such a situation, DRS also does not end, but if the demand of the players is proved wrong, then DRS is spent.
DRS rule also changed
According to the new rules of IPL, now a team has four DRS. Two can be used while batting and two DRS can be used while bowling. This means that even if one DRS is lost, teams have one DRS left. However, in the first IPL, a team used to get only 2 DRS.
Three techniques are used for DRS
- Hawk-Eye Technique
- Hot-Spot Technique
- Ultraage Technique
This technique is used for the decision of LBW. Through this it is estimated where the ball will go after falling on the pitch. Would this ball have contact with the stump, or not? In this technique, it is shown first where the ball hit the ball and after that how much the fork changed. If this ball did not hit the batsman’s foot, then where would the ball go with the same angle.
This is a technique similar to X-ray. In this, a white mark is formed where the ball hits the bat. The umpire uses this technique to see if the ball has taken the edge of the bat. If the ball hits the bat or wherever it hits, a white circle appears.
In this it is seen through UltraEdge and video whether the ball has hit the bat or not. UltraEdge technology listens to the sound through the stump mic and catches even the faintest sound. In such a situation, even if the fine edge of the bat is hit, the decision of out or not out is made through this technique. This technique is used for catching out or to find out whether the ball has hit the bat or not.