Team India have successfully won the four-match Test series 3-1 against England on the back of youngsters as well as veteran spinner Ravichandran Ashwin. However, the India offspinner is currently enjoying a much-needed break after doing wonders in the recently concluded Test series. Ashwin reached the 400 Test wicket milestone during the series and his overall 32 wickets in four Tests won him the Man of the Series award as well.
Recently, R Ashwin’s wife Prithi has shared a video on Instagram where it can be seen how the bowler was enjoying the ‘love torture’ from their lovable daughter. “The kind of love torture I get a break from when @rashwin99 is home,” she added.
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Meanwhile, team India are currently playing a five-match T20I series against England, which he is not a part of as well. On the other hand, India captain Virat Kohli on Thursday has ruled out the possibilities of his inclusion in the plans for the upcoming ICC T20 World Cup which is slated to take place in India later this year.
Kohli said that unless Washington Sundar has a very poor run otherwise there wouldn’t be any possibility of his return to the shortest format. Virat Kohli also explained that the team cannot have two players of the same category and also added that it was logically tough to have Ravichandran Ashwin in the side.
“Washington has been doing really well for us. You cannot have two players (Washington and Aswhin) of the same discipline playing in one spot so unless Washi has a drastically horrible season and things go south for him, I mean the question should be asked with some kind of logic as well. You suggest where you would add Ash when Washington does that job for the team,” Virat Kohli said in a virtual press conference prior to the first T20I against England on Thursday.
However, Ravichandran Ashwin will next play in the 14th edition of Idnain Premier League (IPL).
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