Yuvraj Singh, a former India all-rounder, shared his thoughts on India’s ODI and T20I squads. Which were announced on January 26 for the home series against the West Indies. Yuvraj Singh, one of the main architects of India’s last two World Cup victories – the 2007. T20 World Cup and the 2011 ODI World Cup – took to Twitter to name four deserving cricketers from India’s squads.
Former India all-rounder Yuvraj Singh shared his thoughts on India’s ODI and T20I squads. Yuvraj congratulated left-arm wrist spinner Kuldeep Yadav. Spin-bowling all-rounders Washington Sundar, Deepak Hooda, and opening batter Ruturaj Gaikwad on their achievements.
“It’s great to see you, @imkuldeep18, @Sundarwashi5, and @Deepakhooda54. and ruturaj’s inclusion in the squad is well deserved! Mr. BCCI, “Yuvraj posted on Twitter.
Yuvraj Singh Names Four “Much Deserve” Players
Kuldeep, who last played for India on their tour of Sri Lanka last year. Has recovered from knee surgery and regained his place in the team. The left-selection armer’s also reunites him with spin-bowling partner Yuzvendra Chahal, who has kept his place in the side despite an underwhelming tour of South Africa. Ravi Bishnoi, who received his first call-up for both the ODIs and T20Is. Is the other wrist spinner in India’s squads for the three ODIs and as many T20Is.
Deepak Hooda, an all-rounder for Baroda, is another notable addition to India’s ODI squad. The hard-hitting right-hander, who also bowls off-spin, has yet to make his international debut but has previously been a member of India’s limited-overs squad.
Washington Sundar deservedly regained his place in the team after recovering from a lengthy injury layoff that also kept him out of last year’s T20 World Cup.
With a fully-fit Rohit Sharma returning to the side and Shikhar Dhawan and KL Rahul also present for both the ODIs and T20Is, it appears difficult for Maharashtra’s Rutura Gaikwad to get a game, but the right-excellent hander’s domestic form has ensured he has been included in the ODI squad for the second series in a row.