Major Changes in BCCI Annual Contracts: Promotions for KL Rahul, Gill, and Siraj; Shreyas and Ishan Left Out
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This elevation comes on the back of stellar performances by the trio during the Men’s ODI World Cup and Test matches, where they showcased exemplary skills and contributed significantly to the team's success. Joining the ranks of Grade A, they now stand alongside stalwarts like Ravichandran Ashwin, Mohammed Shami, and Hardik Pandya, reflecting their growing stature in Indian cricket.
Rahul's Batting Woes Persist in Nets, Probable Absence from Dharamsala Test
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Rahul's absence has been felt since the series opener in Hyderabad back in January. Despite being declared 90 percent fit before the third Test in Rajkot earlier this month, the right-handed batsman continues to experience discomfort.
Shami Undergoes Ankle Surgery, IPL Participation in Doubt
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The 33-year-old, who last represented India in the ODI World Cup final against Australia on November 19, underwent the surgical procedure in London on Monday.
Stokes acknowledges India's overwhelming superiority
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Stokes emphasized the commendable fight his team put up, especially in the fourth Test where India faced stiff resistance before clinching victory. He lauded the spirit of his young and relatively inexperienced team, highlighting their ability to confront adversity head-on.
Sweating for Success: Rishabh Pant's Intense Gym Session Before IPL 2024
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Emerging from a harrowing experience, Pant narrowly escaped a life-threatening car accident on December 30, 2022. Since then, his journey towards recovery has been nothing short of inspiring. Undergoing extensive rehabilitation at the esteemed National Cricket Academy (NCA) in Bengaluru, Pant has showcased remarkable resilience and progress, signaling a promising resurgence in his physical and mental strength.
Mohammed Shami's Achilles Tendon Surgery in the UK a Success
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In his announcement on X (formerly Twitter), Shami expressed gratitude for the successful procedure while emphasizing the need for patience during the recovery phase. The injury occurred during India's participation in the 2023 ODI World Cup, leading to Shami's absence from all cricketing activities since the tournament's final against Australia on November 19.
Jaiswal Equals Kohli's Record: Leading Indian Run-Scorer in Home Series
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Jaiswal achieved this feat on the fourth day of the fourth Test match between India and England. With this achievement, he joins Virat Kohli as the joint-second-highest Indian run-scorer in a home Test series. The top position on this list is held by Sunil Gavaskar, who amassed 732 runs during the six matches against the West Indies in 1978/79.
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