Rohit Sharma and Ravichandran Ashwin's rejection from the main Test against the West Indies brought up a lot of issues, with previous India captain Sourav Ganguly turning into the latest one to say something regarding the issue. Rohit Sharma, who was upheld to open in Tests by Sourav Ganguly, lost his place to Mayank Agrawal, while Ravindra Jadeja was considered in front of Ravichandran Ashwin for the main Test. Sourav Ganguly was likewise amazed with the choice to forget about wrist-spinner Kuldeep Yadav from the Antigua Test thinking about that he picked a five-wicket pull against Australia on a level track during his last Test appearance.
"Indeed, I was likewise astounded to see Kuldeep (Yadav) left out, on the grounds that the last Test he played against Australia, he got five wickets in Sydney on a decent level pitch. In any case, Jadeja additionally has been in great structure," the previous India commander said," Ganguly revealed to The Times of India.
"The surface yesterday at Antigua required three quick bowlers since we saw the crease development the quick bowlers got. Ashwin's record is extraordinary," he included.
Rohit Sharma had scored 68 keeps running against West Indies A during a training match in front of the Test opener. He has been neglected from India's playing XI in Tests since December 2018.
The 32-year-old has highlighted in 27 Tests, scoring 1585 keeps running at a normal of 39.62. He holds the high score of 177 in the longest configuration of the game.
Indeed, even Ashwin has been away from India's playing XI in Tests since December, 2018.