Ravichandran Ashwin describes Rinku Singh as “a left-handed Dhoni.”

Ravichandran Ashwin describes Rinku Singh as “a left-handed Dhoni.” “He has been consistently scoring buckets of runs for UP and broke his way into the Indian team,” Ashwin went on to say.

Indian off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin praised Rinku Singh and dubbed him a ‘left-handed Dhoni’ for his cool batting in difficult conditions. While there is no clear parallel to the legendary Dhoni, Ashwin has expressed respect for Rinku’s cool approach at the crease. Rinku name to India’s T20I squad after a great IPL 2023 season in which he shown his ability to end games.

His greatest effort came in the third T20I against Afghanistan in Bengaluru. When he hit an unbeaten 69 off 39 balls to save India from a dangerous 22 for 4. Together with captain Rohit Sharma, the Uttar Pradesh batter helped to an undefeated 190-run stand for the fifth wicket, solidifying his effect on the international

“I would call him a left-handed Dhoni. I can’t compare him to Dhoni just yet since Dhoni is so huge. But I’m talking about his composure. He has constantly scored plenty of runs for UP and has made his way into the Indian team. He sat on the KKR bench for many years. People used to tell me that when he was at KKR, even though he didn’t get to bat during practice. He collected all of the balls that batters hit in throwdowns and returned them to the bowler. ” Ashwin remark on his YouTube account.

“Since then, he has remained with the franchise for a long time, worked hard for UP. Demonstrated that he is always willing to help the Indian team out of a difficult situation or finish an innings. The team’s composure remains constant regardless of whether they bat first or chase. “His poise at the end of the innings is a plus,” he continued.

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The 26-year-old made his T20I debut in August 2023 against Ireland in Dublin and has quickly established himself in the format. The left-hander has scored 356 runs in 11 innings, with an astounding average of 89 and a strike rate of 176.23. His impressive statistics include two half-centuries, including a recent undefeated 69 against Afghanistan and a remarkable 68 not out off 39 balls against South Africa in Gqeberha in December.

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