The ‘Sun’ of T20, seems to be setting in ODIs, being out of the team will be a pain for life

New Delhi. For Suryakumar Yadav, the last 5 days were probably the worst days of his career. The ODI series between India and Australia started from 17 March, which lasted till 22 March. Australia won 2-1 in this, but the biggest thing. Surya could not even open the account in all the three matches and he was dismissed on the first ball. After this, questions are being raised on his ODI career. Surya is the number-1 batsman of T20 and he is called 360 degree batsman. Now it has to be seen whether he gets a chance in the next ODI series or not.

Suryakumar Yadav fell victim to fast bowler Mitchell Starc in the first two ODIs. Stark did him LBW. At the same time, in the last match, he was bowled by left-arm spinner Ashton Agar. Due to the injury of Shreyas Iyer, Surya got a chance in the entire series, but his poor performance has raised concerns from captain Rohit Sharma to coach Rahul Dravid.

Waiting for half century from one year and 15 innings
If we look at Suryakumar Yadav’s ODI record, he has not been able to score a half-century in one year and 15 innings. He scored the last half-century in ODIs in February 2022. After this, his top score was 34 runs in 15 innings. During this, he could not even touch the double figures in 9 innings. Overall, he has been able to score 433 runs in 21 innings of ODIs at an average of 24. Has hit 2 half-centuries. 64 runs has been the best performance.

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Chance to get form from IPL
Suryakumar Yadav will now enter the new season of IPL. It is going to start from 31st March. He has a good record in both T20 and IPL. In such a situation, they would like to get form from T20 league. Matches will be played till May 28. India has to play the next ODI series with West Indies in August. After that the ODI Asia Cup is also to be held. Overall, now Surya’s ODI future is in the hands of the selectors.

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