Rahul Dravid didn’t say anything wrong to Wriddhiman Saha, says former selector | Cricket News

Wriddhiman Saha made a big statement when he revealed that Indian head coach Rahul Dravid had asked him to consider retiring, telling him that he would no longer be interested in Test Cricket.

Saha took the issue with Dravid in the wrong way, feeling former North African cricketer and cricketer Sarandeep Singh, who supported Indian coach Rahul Dravid’s comments on the wicket keeper.

“I do not think Dravid said anything wrong, this is the time Saha should think about himself that he is 37. He will not vote for the last eleven, why do you want to choose in the team to sit alone . on the bench when we had the wicketkeeper, ”Sarandeep Singh told ANI.

“Pant is the team’s number one priority and will play for a long time,” he added. Wriddhiman Saha on Thursday refused to give the name of a dangerous journalist to him after the Indian wicketkeeper-batter dropped from the squad against Sri Lanka. .

On Saturday when Saha left the Test team for Sri Lanka, the batter took to Twitter to share how the “respected reporter” approached her for an interview and how the messages have recently become scary.

In particular Saha did not disclose the name of the reporter. On Saha did not identify the journalist, Sarandeep said: “Saha should talk about this clearly also get the name of the journalist. Only Saha can say who he is defending.”

The previous cricket match was also opened by Hardik Pandya having no choice in the Indian team, as he said: “There should be a Process if you do well in Ranji then you can opt for the international team.”

With INI inputs

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