new Delhi: Washington Sundar did a brilliant job in the first Test match of his career. He played a brilliant innings of 62 runs off 144 balls. He is getting praised everywhere but his father M Sundar (M Sundar) is disappointed with not scoring a century.
Apart from Washington Sundar, Shardul Thakur also put a fifty in this match and saved India from trailing by a big margin on the third day of Brisbane Test. Both shared a 123-run partnership for the 7th wicket. Both became the fourth Indian partner to score a century partnership for the 7th wicket in Australia.
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He is praised for his bravery, sobriety and bravery but Sundar’s father M Sundar feels that his son should have completed a century because he has the ability to bat.
M Sundar said, ‘I am disappointed that he could not complete the century. When Siraj came, he should have hit fours and sixes. He could do it. He should have done the bridge and made big shots. If nothing else, he should have tried to match the score of Australia.
M. Sundar said that he would talk to his son every day and it happened a day before. He said, “I told him to play a big score if given a chance. He said that he would definitely play.”
Prior to Sundar, only two players have been able to exploit three or more wickets with a half-century in Test matches for India. One of them was Dattu Phadkar, who did this feat for the Indian team that visited Australia for the first time.
M Sundar said that his son got a chance to play at number 7, it is a different matter but he is a natural opening batsman. The father said, ‘He is a natural opening batsman. He has scored a lot of runs with the new ball.
M Sundar named his son after his mentor PD Washington because this mentor had prepared M Sundar to join the Tamil Nadu Ranji team and he was also selected in the possible squad but due to illness Ranji games Could not