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Why Ravi Bishnoi Not part of T20 World Cup 2022: Sunil Gavaskar



Why Ravi Bishnoi Not part of T20 World Cup 2022 Sunil Gavaskar

Why Ravi Bishnoi is Not part of T20 World Cup 2022: BCCI has released the Indian squad for T20 World Cup but the Young impactful spinner has not been part of the squad. He was not able to find his place.

However, cricket expert Sunil Gavaskar said that why Bishnoi should not be disheartened by the news as he has age on his side.

“Well, he has got age on his side. There is another T20 World Cup in a couple of years’ time. There are so many T20 World Cups that he can play in the future. He should now perform in such a way that he becomes undroppable. So that’s the only way to look at it. He is a young man, it’s a good experience for him to know he can’t get into every team,” the veteran batter said.

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Bishnoi became a household name in India after his Indian Premier League stints with Punjab Kings, under the mentorship of Anil Kumble. He spinner currently plies his trade with the Lucknow Super Giants.

Gavaskar further added that the India team looked like a good unit with the addition of Jasprit Bumrah and Harshal Patel.

“This looks like a very good team. With Jasprit Bumrah and Harshal Patel coming in, it looks like India will be able to defend their totals. India has had problems in trying to defend totals. These two stalwarts coming in will certainly give the edge to India when defending totals,” he said.

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“Deepak Chahar is one name that stands out, but they have also retained Arshdeep Singh, who gives a left-arm option in the attack. As I said, it’s a good selection. We can always crib about this thing and that thing. But now the selection is done, this is India’s team. So let’s not ask why not this, why not that? We should back this team 100 percent. Now that the selection is done, it’s our team, back them 100 percent,” Gavaskar further added.

The Indian team made five key changes in their main squad from the one that played in the 2021 edition. Deepak Hooda, Arshdeep Singh, Yuzvendra Chahal, Dinesh Karthik and Harshal Patel have made way to the 15-member squad.