New Delhi: Believing firmly in the primacy of Test cricket, new ICC chairman N Srinivasan has said that the traditional five-day format "cannot be a 10-member club" forever and added that China are keen to enter the fray if cricket becomes an Olympic sport.
"Test cricket cannot be a 10-men club. So in those countries where there is an opportunity, there is interest and where there is domestic structure (the format should be promoted)," he said.
About China's plans of taking active interest in cricket, Srinivasan told NDTV: "The Chinese are members of the Asian Cricket Council. Their representative made it clear that if cricket becomes an Olympic sport then they will plunge into it."
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