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Ishan Kishan And Shreyas Iyer’s BCCI news

Ishan Kishan Indian Cricketer

  • Opting Out of South Africa Test Series: Ishan Kishan will miss the two-Test series against South Africa due to mental fatigue caused by constant travel with the Indian team. After a year of non-stop travel, Kishan requested a break from cricket, and the team management and selectors agreed to his request.
  • Training in Baroda Amidst Speculation: Despite his prolonged absence from competitive cricket, Ishan Kishan has been spotted training at the Reliance Stadium in Baroda. he has been participating in training sessions at the Kiran More Academy alongside renowned cricketers like Hardik and Krunal Pandya.
  • Eyeing a Comeback: In the company of his loved ones, Ishan Kishan is eyeing a comeback to competitive cricket after a gap of two months. He plans to play in the DY Patil T20 tournament and aims for a return to the Indian cricket team for the T20 World Cup. Kishan will request a No Objection Certificate (NOC) from the board and will be playing for the Reserve Bank of India (RBI).

Ishan Kishan has been in the spotlight recently due to some significant developments:

  • Opting Out of the South Africa Test Series: Ishan Kishan requested to be released from the upcoming Test series against South Africa, citing personal reasons. Consequently, he has been withdrawn from the Test squad, and Mr. KS Bharat has been named as his replacement.
  • BCCI Central Contract Controversy: Ishan Kishan’s reluctance to participate in domestic cricket, particularly the ongoing Ranji Trophy, has raised eyebrows. BCCI secretary Jay Shah had warned centrally-contracted players about prioritizing the Indian Premier League (IPL) over domestic cricket. Despite this warning, Ishan Kishan chose not to play in Jharkhand’s final Ranji Trophy Elite Group match against Rajasthan. Reports suggest that both Ishan Kishan and Shreyas Iyer are likely to lose their BCCI central contracts due to their absence from domestic cricket.
  • Training Amidst Controversy: Ishan Kishan was spotted training with Hardik and Krunal Pandya at the Reliance Stadium in Baroda, preparing for IPL 2024. However, his decision to skip Ranji Trophy matches has drawn criticism from the cricketing community.
  • Shreyas Iyer’s Situation: Shreyas Iyer, another Indian batter, also faced scrutiny for missing Mumbai’s league game against Assam and not participating in the quarterfinal match against Baroda. While he cited a back injury, the National Cricket Academy (NCA) declared him fit. His contract status remains uncertain.

BCCI Say About Shreyas Iyer:

  • Opting Out of Domestic Cricket: Shreyas Iyer’s recent absence from the Ranji Trophy has raised concerns. the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) is contemplating making it mandatory for centrally contracted players to participate in domestic tournaments. the trend of players prioritizing the Indian Premier League (IPL) over domestic cricket has prompted the BCCI to consider stricter policies to maintain the importance of domestic cricket. BCCI secretary Jay Shah emphasized that performance in domestic cricket remains critical for selection, and non-participation could have severe implications.
  • Injury Concerns: Shreyas Iyer underwent back surgery last year and made a successful comeback during the ODI World Cup. However, his Test form has been inconsistent. Since his return, he has scored 145 runs in eight innings at an average of 20.71. Questions have arisen about his spot in the side after scores of 35, 13, 27, and 29 in the first two England Tests. Just before the squad announcement for the last three Tests, Iyer complained of back stiffness and groin pain. He was advised to rest for a few weeks, and subsequently, he wasn’t selected for the Tests. The lack of clarification from the BCCI led to controversy surrounding his situation.
  • Opting Out of Domestic Cricket: Shreyas Iyer’s recent absence from the Ranji Trophy has raised concerns. The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) is contemplating making it mandatory for centrally contracted players to participate in domestic tournaments. The trend of players prioritizing the Indian Premier League (IPL) over domestic cricket has prompted the BCCI to consider stricter policies to maintain the importance of domestic cricket. BCCI secretary Jay Shah emphasized that performance in domestic cricket remains critical for selection, and non-participation could have severe implications.
  • Injury Concerns: Shreyas Iyer underwent back surgery last year and made a successful comeback during the ODI World Cup. However, his Test form has been inconsistent. Since his return, he has scored 145 runs in eight innings at an average of 20.71. Questions have arisen about his spot in the side after scores of 35, 13, 27, and 29 in the first two England Tests. Just before the squad announcement for the last three Tests, Iyer complained of back stiffness and groin pain. He was advised to rest for a few weeks, and subsequently, he wasn’t selected for the Tests. The lack of clarification from the BCCI led to controversy surrounding his situation.

 

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