Test Team India captaincy: Virat Ever since the resignation of the captaincy of the Test Team India, veterans have been giving their respective advice regarding the players as the new captain. Team India is not going well for some time. After Virat had relinquished the captaincy from the T20 format, the one-day captaincy was snatched from him by the BCCI. After this, the dispute went on for a long time. Now after the Test series loss to South Africa, Virat has also resigned from the Test captaincy. Now speculations are being made about the next captain. No official announcement has been made by BCCI yet. But all the veteran cricketers are giving their opinion.
Yuvraj Singh selected Rishabh Pant
Rishabh Pant has been chosen as the captain in Test Team India. Former India all-rounder Yuvraj Singh has said on the basis of his ability that Rishabh Pant should be given the captaincy in place of Rohit and Rahul.
chance for youth
Along with giving priority to the experienced player for captaincy in Team India, the young face should also be kept in mind. Indian Test team vice-captain Rohit Sharma is 34 years old. If he is made the captain of all three formats, then the workload on him will increase significantly. In such a situation, the chances of getting injured and being out of the team are also high. The selectors will definitely discuss these matters before giving the captaincy to Rohit.
Yuvraj’s reaction to Gavaskar’s comment
Yuvraj Singh believes that a wicketkeeper understands the game better from behind the wicket. And he is also fully prepared to take the charge of captaincy of the Test team. Yuvraj Singh gave his opinion while reacting to Sunil Gavaskar’s comments. Gavaskar said that it is the responsibility of the captain to make Rishabh Pant a good player and Yuvraj Singh seemed to agree with this too. Giving his opinion on Gavaskar’s comment, Yuvraj Singh wrote that of course, he reads the game well from behind the wicket. Now it will be interesting to see who is given the command of Test Team India.
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first published:Jan. 17, 2022, 11:16 a.m.