2020, during the start of the COVID-19 epidemic! Menon became the third Indian to be promoted to the Elite Panel after S Venkataraghavan and S Ravi.
Indian Nitin Menon, who has maintained his position on the ICC Elite Panel. Will soon make his neutral umpiring debut in Sri Lanka. So, The International Cricket Council has granted Nitin Menon a one-year extension, a BCCI spokesman told PTI. The solitary Indian among the panel’s 11 top umpires is still the 38-year-old from Indore.
2020, during the start of the COVID-19 epidemic! Nitin Menon became the third Indian to be promoted to the Elite Panel after S Venkataraghavan and S Ravi.
due to the current travel limitations! Since the ICC only allowed domestic umpires, Nitin Menon was limited to officiating international games inside of India.
As COVID-19 draws to a close! Australian Paul Reiffel will lead the governing body in England’s home series against New Zealand.
So, For Sri Lanka’s two-Test series against Australia, Nitin Menon will take a flight there. It begins on June 29 in Galle after his duties in the current five-match T20 series between South Africa and India are completed.
The Elite Panel continues to be composed of Nitin Menon, Aleem Dar of Pakistan, Chris Gaffaney of New Zealand, Kumara Dharmasena of Sri Lanka, Marais Erasmus of South Africa, Richard Illingworth, Richard Kettleborough, and Michael Gough (all three from England), Paul Reiffel, Rod Tucker, and Joel Wilson of the West Indies.
The BCCI selects individuals to join the ICC International Panel of Umpires. The four Indians who are now seated in the lower tier are Anil Chaudhary, Virender Sharma, J Madanagopal, and K N Ananthapadmanabhan.