Ravichandran Ashwin agrees with Rahul Dravid on Indian players’ involvement in abroad competitions.

Ravichandran Ashwin agrees with Rahul Dravid on Indian players’ involvement in abroad competitions. Head coach Rahul Dravid stated that because India’s domestic season. Overlaps with the start of the international franchise leagues, players cannot be sent to participate in such events.

Veteran India spinner Ravichandran Ashwin has agreed with head coach Rahul Dravid that permitting Indian players to compete in abroad franchise leagues might harm the Indian domestic circuit in the future. He went on to say that the start of India’s domestic season coincides with the start of these abroad competitions.

Dravid made this comment after India’s humbling ten-wicket loss in the T20 World Cup 2022 quarterfinal against eventual champions England. The former India captain was widely chastise for making the comments.

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It’s a really unfair question to ask a cricket coach: Ravichandran  Ashwin

“As soon as our game (T20 World Cup semi-final vs England) was finished. They asked Rahul bhai (Rahul Dravid) in the press conference.” You can’t ask these questions after losing a game. It’s a pretty unfair thing to ask a cricket coach.

So, how do you anticipate his responding to that question? In fact, he provided an excellent response to that issue. He inquired, “What would happen to our first-class system if you want Indian players to travel and play in these leagues?” Ashwin said on his YouTube channel.

“We should be aware that the Indian first-class system would be behind by the end of August or early September. The Ranji Trophy final will take place in March, and the IPL will begin as soon as the Ranji Trophy concludes,” he added.

“As a result, if we don’t play first-class cricket, our sample size of players will shrink. He sensed it and responded magnificently. It’s a fascinating and contentious subject. In fact, many foreign players have gone to India and returned as stronger players “He continued

Meanwhile, the Board of Control for Cricket in India said that no Indian male player would be permit to compete in international franchise leagues following a recent Annual General Meeting (AGM).

Nonetheless, certain high-profile Indian women’s cricketers. Like skipper Harmanpreet Kaur and batting prodigy Smriti Mandhana, have been allowed permission to compete in abroad events such as the Women’s Big Bash League (WBBL), The Hundred Women’s, and others.

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