Karun Nair writes an impassioned letter following the Ranji Trophy rejection. – ‘Dear cricket, give me one more chance’. Other than Virender Sehwag, Karun Nair is the only Indian batsman to reach a triple century in a Test.
In his first ever Test series, Karun Nair scored a triple century for India against England in November 2016. He had a memorable debut. In doing so, Nair broke a record and made history by being the first batter in Test cricket. To make a triple century in the fewest number of games ever.
Since March 2017, Nair has not participate in the national team or been consider by the selection committee. He has only participated in eight international contests so far, including two One Day Internationals and six Test matches. Karun last played in an ODI in June 2016, which was a very long time ago.
Karun Nair expressed his sincere wish to play Test cricket once more in a tearful message on social media. According to others, his tweet demonstrates why the Indian selectors chose to play him. In the next Test series against Bangladesh. Nair’s tweet, however, was sent on the same day that the KSCA in Karnataka. Name the teams for the Ranji Trophy 2022–23 matches against Services and Pondicherry.
Karun Nair is driven to succeed in the Test.
Karun Nair commented on his official Twitter account, “Dear cricket, give me one more chance”. His post concluded with the emoji ‘fingers crossed.’
Apart from Virender Sehwag, Karun Nair is the only Indian hitter to have scored a triple century in red-ball cricket. In December 2016, he hit an undefeated 303 in the fifth and final Test against England at the MA Chidambaram Stadium in Chennai.
Karun Nair’s triple century served as the decisive blow as the Indian team, captained by Virat Kohli, won by an innings and 75 runs to wrap up the series undefeated at 4-0.
The 31-year-old was left off the roster for this year’s Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy and Vijay Hazare Trophy, and he was unable to make the team for the first two Ranji Trophy games. He is undoubtedly a talent in the making, and Karun Nair has stated in this hopeful and ambitious tweet that all he needs is one chance to demonstrate that he still has a lot of cricket left in him.
Nair, who is the second triple centurion in Test cricket history for India, hasn’t participated in a senior-level competitive game since August of this year. His most recent appearance was for Mysuru in the Karnataka Premier League.