Senior players want Ajit Agarkar to be the Indian team’s bowling coach.

Senior players want Ajit Agarkar to be the Indian team’s bowling coach. Paras Mhambre, a former Indian seamer, is the team’s current bowling coach.

A superior Indian player wants former pacer Ajit Agarkar to be the team’s bowling coach at least until the 2023 ODI World Cup. According to reports, the senior player is “very keen” to have the veteran pacer as part of the squad’s team management. Paras Mhambre, a former Indian seamer, is the team’s current bowling coach.

Meanwhile, the 44-year-old works as an expert and TV commentator. Agarkar was one of the frontrunners to become the chief selector of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) in 2021. He was, however, pipe in before Chetan Sharma.

“The senior player, who now plays an important role in decision-making in Indian cricket, wants an experienced hand like Agarkar to guide the bowlers until the 2023 ODI World Cup.” “Mhambrey is a good bowling coach who can look after young bowlers at India A, India Under-19, and the National Cricket Academy,” a source told the Times of India.

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Senior players want Ajit Agarkar to be the bowling coach: While playing for India, Ajit Agarkar took 349 wickets.

Between 1998 and 2007, Agarkar represented India. The bowling all-rounder appeared in 28 Tests, 191 ODIs, and four T20Is, taking 349 wickets in total across all three formats. In the Indian Premier League, the right-arm fast bowler also played for Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) and Delhi Daredevils (DD) (IPL). Agarkar finished his IPL career with 29 wickets at an average of 39.69 in 42 matches.

Agarkar is India’s third-highest wicket-taker in One-Day Internationals. The pacer’s most memorable ODI performance came against Australia at the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) in 2004. Despite the fact that the Men in Blue were defeated, Agarkar took six wickets for 42 runs.

Recognized for his ability to swing the ball both ways, with both new and old balls. The 44-year-old was thought to be the fast-bowling all-rounder that India had been looking for for a long time. In 2002, he also hit a stunning Test century at Lord’s Cricket Ground.

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