The Sri Lanka captain Kumar Sangakkara called for cricket officials to analyse weather patterns thoroughly before hosting Test matches after the third and final Test against West Indies ended in a tame draw at the Pallakele Stadium.
The three-Test series, which was dogged by rain, ended in a 0-0 result with the first two Tests at Galle and Colombo also drawn.
Only 103.3 overs were bowled in the entire Test and West Indies scored 303-8.
The bad weather enabled West Indies to draw a Test series in Sri Lanka for the first time.
The two previous series played in 2001 and 2005 had ended in 3-0 and 2-0 defeats.
The five-match one day series starts on Thursday at the new stadium in Hambantota.