I am a big fan of UDRS: Virendra Sehwag

The BCCI is opposed to it but Indian opener Virender Sehwag on Sunday gave a thumbs up to the controversial Umpires Decision Review System (UDRS). “I am a big fan of UDRS. I want it to be there for the India-New Zealand series, India-South Africa series and in the World Cup. But this is my personal opinion,” said the India opener at a media conference here on Sunday. Sehwag, who has been signed up by Sunil Gavaskar’s company Professional Management Group in a five-year deal for handling his endorsements, said that he favoured the UDRS as he had been in the rough end of a few umpiring decisions. “I was given out two times when I was not out and in such a situation could have gone in for a referral that would have helped me continue to bat,” said the opener.
Tendulkar, whom Sehwag described as his idol, has consistently been opposed to UDRS as he is not certain the technology has become fool-proof to depend on it for the TV umpire to take a referral call on appeals involving more than close run-outs, stumpings and bump ball "catches". India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni has also been not in favour of the UDRS but another senior cricketer Rahul Dravid had recently expressed his support for the referrals.