Shikhar Dhawan made a big disclosure about Test career amid KL Rahul debate for india vs australia test series


Shikhar Dhawan last played Test in 2018.
Shikhar made his Test debut in 2013 against Australia.

New Delhi. The Indian team is giving a great fight to Australia in the Border Gavaskar Trophy series. Team India has maintained a 2-0 lead in the series. But there is a continuous discussion about the selection of the team. Out-of-form opening batsman KL Rahul has become a big issue, about which there was a lot of debate between former Indian cricketers Venkatesh Prasad and Akash Chopra. Prasad had put forward the records of some other players for Rahul’s replacement.

Venkatesh Prasad also mentioned Shikhar Dhawan in a tweet, who has not been a part of the Test team for a long time. Prasad put forward his Test average of 40.6 which is much better than Rahul. But Shikhar Dhawan has something else to say. He has made a big disclosure about his Test career. Also told why he does not participate in Ranji Trophy? He made his debut in Test cricket in 2013. During that time, Dhawan played a historic inning of 187 runs in just 174 balls against Australia. He remained a part of the Test team for 4 years. Dhawan’s last Test appearance for the Indian team was in 2018.

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During a conversation with Lallantop, Dhawan said, ‘I don’t think about criticism for not playing Ranji Trophy. I know my Test career. I have not been a part of the Test team for the last 2-3 years. There is also the factor of age in this. Every cricketer’s life is different. Youth will be given a chance, not me. Why play red ball cricket when I know he will not play? I will give rest to my body and stay fresh. I have played domestic ODIs and T20 cricket when I know I will not play Tests then why should I play Ranji Trophy?

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