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Ravichandran Ashwin Breaks Silence on WTC Final Snub, Says "My Bowling Overseas Has Been Fantastic"

Ravichandran Ashwin Indian cricketer
Ravichandran Ashwin Indian cricketer

 

IIE Digital Desk: Ravichandran Ashwin, India's leading spinner, has broken his silence on being left out of the playing XI for the World Test Championship final against Australia. Ashwin, who is the world's No. 1 ranked Test bowler, was not picked for the final, which India lost to Australia by eight wickets.

In an interview with NDTV, Ashwin said that he was disappointed to be left out of the team, but he understood the decision. He said that he had a good overseas record and that he had bowled well in the lead-up to the final.

"My bowling overseas has been fantastic," Ashwin said. "I have taken wickets in all conditions and I have been a consistent performer. I am disappointed that I was not picked for the final, but I understand the decision. The team management felt that they needed four seamers for the conditions in England and I respect that."

Ashwin said that he was focused on the future and that he was determined to help India win the next ICC title. He said that he was confident that he would be back in the team soon.

"I am focused on the future and I am determined to help India win the next ICC title," Ashwin said. "I am confident that I will be back in the team soon."

Ashwin's comments have been met with mixed reactions. Some fans have criticized the team management for dropping Ashwin, while others have defended the decision. It remains to be seen whether Ashwin will be recalled for the next Test series against England.

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