WTC Final: ‘Didn’t work even 1% for the Test team, then how can I replace someone else? Rohit’s match winner’s candidness


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New Delhi. Ever since Hardik Pandya has been kept in the leadership role in Team India. He is speaking with great impunity. Hardik will captain in ODI for the first time on Friday against Australia. Prior to this match, Hardik Pandya was asked whether he would consider the option of returning to Test cricket for India in the World Test Championship final against Australia. On this, Pandya said that he does not want to return to Test cricket. Also, he is not ready for the World Test Championship final either.

Hardik Pandya played the last Test in 2018 against England in Southampton. Pandya said that he does not want to return to Test cricket until he earns a place in the Test team on the basis of his game and hard work. This star all-rounder feels that at this time it would not be ‘ethical’ for him to take someone’s place in the Test.

I will not play WTC final: Hardik
Hardik said, “I did nothing to return to the Test team. That’s why I am not seeing my place in the team. I am a very strong moral person. I didn’t work even 10 per cent to get a place in the Test team. In such a situation, it would not be morally correct to join the team in place of someone else. If I want to play Test cricket, I will work hard and earn my place. Therefore, I will not be available for the WTC final or future Test series till then.

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Hardik has so far scored 532 runs in 11 Tests with the help of 1 century and 4 half-centuries. Also took 17 wickets. Meanwhile, as the stand-in captain, Hardik confirmed that Ishan Kishan will open the innings along with Shubman Gill in the absence of Rohit Sharma.

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