Previous India hitter Sanjay Manjrekar feels thatDhawanhas a great deal to add to Indian cricket
Shikhar Dhawan is currently being considered for just a single configuration – the ODIs. In spite of steady exhibitions in the Indian Premier League (IPL), he is not generally considered for the T20Is.
Dhawan is a half year short of turning 37 yet is as yet areas of strength for going the cricket field. With the 2023 ODI World Cup one year from now at home, Dhawan would be anxious to keep up with his structure and be picked in the crew. Previous Indian cricket crew player Sanjay Manjrekar feels that Dhawan has a ton to add to Indian cricket.
Shikhar Dhawan who has just a single organization now that he can grip on however curiously directly through his profession, from begin to end, on the off chance that you take a gander at his presentation in 50 overs cricket, it’s forever been awesome.
This is a configuration that suits him best and an organization where he’s been great. Furthermore, I’m delighted to the point that selectors have shown confidence in him and advised themselves that Shikhar Dhawan is as yet a power in 50 overs cricket. So splendid to see them at the top,” Sanjay Manjrekar said on SPORTS18’s day to day sports news show ‘Sports Over The Top’.
Manjrekar additionally examined the Shikhar Dhawan-Rohit Sharma organization. “I’m happy that Dhawan got this innings together and I want to believe that he holds on getting these sort of innings together in light of the fact that Rohit Sharma will be near. He’s playing, you know, every one of the configurations and the left-hand, right-hand mix at the top, I think it’ll be alright,” he said.
Furthermore, assuming that you take a gander at Dhawan’s wellness, he doesn’t seem healthy enough on the field and it’s something that he cares very much about ensuring that he’s fit and fine and simply unadulterated batting. In the event that you take a gander at his presentation in the homegrown associations albeit the T20 association, I think his batting has gone up this way, the chart has gone up with the age too.”