New Delhi: The BCCI’s Senior Selection Committee did not select Kuldeep Yadav in the Indian team for the ICC World Test Championship final to be held in June this year. Also, this spin bowler was not given a place for the 5-match Test series against England.
Earlier, in IPL 2021, Kuldeep was not given a chance in the playing eleven of Kolkata Knight Riders. Now Kuldeep has once again made a big statement about this.
Kuldeep’s spasm pain
During the interview given to the crick tracker, Kuldeep Yadav was asked, ‘Do you think that the KKR team management has been a bit harsh on you because some of your matches were spoiled and you were left out after that? Not given a second chance?
Replying to this question, Kuldeep Yadav said, ‘It is difficult to say. Sometimes you feel that you are ready to play but the management does not think so. They think that someone is better than you and they think about the combination. These things happen a lot in franchise cricket. I felt that I was ready to play in Chennai in IPL 2021 but it did not happen and it was shocking for me ‘.
Kuldeep did not get a chance
Team management is not giving Kuldeep Yadav (Kuldeep yadav) a chance. There is no repetition in this matter. Kuldeep played the last Test against England this year. But this spin bowler was not given a chance to throw more overs. Now once again they have been ignored.
Let us know that questions have started to be raised on Kuldeep Yadav’s career. Actually, Kuldeep Yadav has been demoted in the contract for the senior Indian men’s team this year. Kuldeep has got a contract from Grade A to Grade C directly. That means Kuldeep will now get a salary of 1 crore, not 5 crore.
World Test Championship to begin from June 18
The World Test Championship final against New Zealand will be played at Southampton on 18 June, while the series against England will begin in Nottingham from 4 August. The second Test will be played at Lodgers on 12 to 16 August, the third at Leeds on 25 to 29 August, the fourth at the Oval on 2 to 6 September and the fifth at Manchester from 10 to 14 September.