The BCCI has made Yo-Yo test mandatory for players again. As per PTI, the passing score that the players have to achieve is 16.5.
First introduced under the captaincy of Virat Kohli, the Yo- Yo test has re-entered the selection criteria, with the Board of Control for Cricket in India( BCCI) making it obligatory for players. The decision seems to have been taken in the wake of the Indian justice platoon’s recent poor performances on the field, as well as the rising number of injury cases. While breaking into the platoon will understandably be tougher for a lot of players, as attaining the’ fleeting score’ in the Yo- Yo test becomes mandatory, there remain a many players who have regularly aced the test in the history.
As per the BCCI’s recent guidelines, a player has to attain a score of16.5 to pass the Yo- Yo test. In the history, the passing score used to be16.1, as per PTI.
The Yo- Yo test is a 2- km time circuit trial, which is meant to test the speed and abidance of the players. All the players available for selection will have to go through this obligatory trial from time to time. As effects stand, no player will be suitable to enter the Indian platoon without passing this test.
It also has to be noted that the fitness test is a little harder on fast bowlers than it’s on other players. Because of their part and the demand of the game, fast bowlers have to complete the test in a better time than other players like batters, baits, and gate- keepers.
A number of Indian players have managed to perform really well in the Yo- Yo Test. Back in the day, players like Manish Pandey, Karun Nair, and Mayank Dagar went past the 19- point mark in the test, as per PTI. From the current team, Virat Kohli is someone who has really done well in the Yo- Yo Test. Kohli has also traduced the 19- point mark in the history.
Indeed Hardik Pandya is said to have done really well in the test back in the days when it was obligatory. Considering the fitness norms he has maintained, it wouldn’t be a surprise if Hardik aces the test again.
But, it’s also a fact that a number of other players would have to pull up their fitness norms to make it to the Indian platoon again.
The Board of Control for Cricket in India( BCCI) made the important- talked- about Yo- Yo test obligatory for selection again. The fitness test was first introduced in Indian justice under the captaincy of Virat Kohli. Leading from the front, Kohli set new marks in fitness, inspiring a number of current and arising players with his new perspective towards the game. After the BCCI made the fitness test mandatory formerly again, an old videotape of Virat Kohli surfaced where he could be heard speaking to the Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi about the Yo- Yo test.
During the discussion, Kohli explained how important it’s for Indian athletes to ameliorate their fitness and the part the Yo- Yo test is going to play in this trip.
“This test was veritably important from a fitness point of view. However, our fitness position is still low compared to other brigades and we want to take it up, which is a introductory demand, If we talk about global fitness position. Know More Cricket News….