He's probably never watched a single ball bowled, but you would still expect Donald Trump to pronounce the names of two of the greatest cricketers of all time correctly.
The US President is on a two-day trip to India - his first official visit to the subcontinent during his term as leader of the 'Free World'.
Basking in the adulation of more than 100,000 people packed into the world's largest cricket stadium in Ahmedabad, Trump fluffed his attempt at name-dropping two Indian cult heroes.
"Where your people cheer on the world's greatest cricket players from Sue-Chin [Sachin] Tendulkar to Ver-Rot [Virat] Ko-Lee [Kohli]," Trump said to thunderous cheers.
He opened the rally by declaring that he had travelled 8000 miles to deliver the message that, "America loves India, America respects India, and America will always be faithful and loyal friends to the Indian people".
Trump and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi have made no secret of their mutual admiration for each other, and will engage in trade talks over the next 48 hours.
New Zealand's test win over India in Wellington probably won't be on the discussion table.