Ajinkya Rahane was rewarded for his domestic and IPL performances with a recall to the Indian Test Team. He was also named the vice-captain for the series against West Indies.
Ahead of the first Test against West Indies, Indian vice-captain Ajinkya Rahane said that his side isn’t going to take the Windies smoothly despite their recent struggles, which also include not being suitable to secure a spot for the ICC Justice World Cup 2023, and missing out on the global cricketing circus for the first time ever. India will protest off its ICC World Test Championship 2023- 25 crusade with a two- Test series against West Indies, with the first Test from Wednesday in Dominica.
“We’ve had good medication. We played a nice practice match. We as a platoon respect West Indies. They aren’t the bones to be taken smoothly. West Indies has performed well at home during the last couple of times or so, especially in Tests. We’re looking to give our 100 per cent and backing our gameplan and strengths,” said Rahane in a pre-match press conference.
Rahane also expressed happiness for youthful Mumbai batter Yashasvi Jaiswal, who has been called up for the public side for this series and could make his transnational debut.
“I’m so happy for Jaiswal, he has worked so hard, scored runs for Mumbai in domestic justice and the IPL. He’s an instigative gift and the way he’s fur is nice. My communication to him is that he expresses himself while fur, plays with freedom and doesn’t suppose much about the fact that he’s playing transnational justice,” he said.
Jaiswal finished as the fifth-loftiest run arranger in IPL 2023, scoring 625 runs in 15 matches at an normal of48.07, with one century and five fifties. In his 15 first- class justice appearances, he has scored 1,845 runs at an normal of 80.21, with nine centuries and two fifties.
In the absence of Cheteshwar Pujara, Rahane said that there’s an occasion present for players to club at number three.
Rahane expressed happiness on his return to the platoon and his part as vice-captain in the new WTC 2023- 25 cycle.
“I’m used to this part. I was vice-captain for 4- 5 times. I’m really happy to be back in the platoon, really happy to be back as vice-captain. I’m still youthful, still a lot of justice left in me. My IPL was good, so was my domestic justice season. presently, I’m really enjoying my justice. I don’t want to suppose much about future. Now, every match is important, be it for me or from the platoon’s point of view. I’m fastening on that,” he said. Know More Latest Cricket News…