“Since the management clearly indicated that I will not be chosen…”: Saha after the Indian snub | locust
Following the infamous release of Wriddhiman Saha of India’s Test setup, the road ahead looks fraught with uncertainty for the 37-year-old veteran wicket-keeper. From a second-choice wicketkeeper, Saha became India’s go-to figure behind the wicket following the retirement of MS Dhoni and became India’s first-choice keeper for four years before Rishabh Pant only comes to the fore. Following injury issues and inconsistent form, Saha’s position in the team was taken over by Pant, and after the series in South Africa, it became apparent that his run with the Indian team was in short supply. nearly finished.
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In February, Saha revealed that the team’s management, including Indian head coach Rahul Dravid, informed him that he was no longer in the scheme of things. Since then, Saha has won the IPL with newcomers Gujarat Titans, embroiled in controversies involving a journalist and the Bengal cricket team. Right now, at the other end of the 30s, there may be few options for Saha, but the veteran goalkeeper-beater has opened up some prospects for himself.
“Since it has been officially clarified by the management of the Indian team that I will not be chosen, my main focus will be domestic cricket – if and when I play – then of course the IPL,” Saha told SportsKeeda . No no. As things stand it’s hard to spend time with family so I just want to spend some quality time with them now,” he said while ruling out possibilities of him playing cricket. County.
Saha, who was chosen by the Titans in the IPL Mega Auction for ₹1.9 crore has found new life. Opening the innings for GT, Saha scored 317 runs in 11 games with three half-centuries and became the solution to GT’s opening woes. From going unsold on Day 1 to becoming an IPL winner, Saha thanked Hardik for the confidence his captain has shown in him and praised him for the tremendous leadership skills the all-rounder showed during his first stint. as captain of an IPL franchise.
“Whenever you are captain, how the responsibility for the team and the thirst to contribute increases, he showed exactly that. He was beating at No. 6 or No. 7 Mumbai Indians (MI), only getting only three to four overs at most, and so had to start playing shots immediately after he came in. But when he got here, he had to change his game to hit at No. 4 and ended up scoring nearly 500 runs. it’s his bowling. It’s not an easy task at all,” Saha pointed out.