Srinivasan did not agree with the view that excess of cricket affected the team's performance.
"BCCI does not support the view of too much cricket, because except a few not all play all the three formats and those who did were not the ones who were injured.
"We have taken stock of the cricket being played around the world and there is not much difference between other teams. Yes we did not do well but we have belief in the team, they will bounce back," he declared.
Srinivasan also dismissed suggestions that the BCCI lacked a proper injury management system.
"We have excellent facilities at the NCA (Bangalore), as good as anywhere in the world. All players, including the Ranji players have access to it for rehabilitation.
"We have also instructed the selectors not to choose any player unless the NCA has cleared them. Beyond that if players are injured in the field or while playing, there is little that we can do," he said.
"We have made it clear to the physios, to the team and selectors, that we want transparency as far as injury is concerned. In the last three years there has been substantial improvement," he added.
Srinivasan also said that the physios connected with the various IPL teams have been instructed to notify the Board of any injuries sustained by the BCCI-contracted players.
"Mr Sundar Raman (IPL CEO) has been instructed and he has conveyed it to the franchisees that the BCCI should be immediately reported if there is any injury to the contracted players," he said.
But he made it clear that there was no cap on IPL players over the number of matches they would take part in when representing their franchise outfits.
"During the auction, no cap was on. If there is any injury, it has to be immediately reported to the BCCI. That takes care of it," he explained.
In Image: A graphic showing India's series whitewashes