This cricketer, once known for his cool playing in big games, is at an important point in his career. In the 2023 IPL, he surprised everyone with his powerful hitting. This was a new him, hitting big shots and scoring fast.
But he’s still not playing for India in Test matches. The last time he did was on a tour in the West Indies in July 2023. His performance wasn’t great, and people started to doubt him. They whispered that he was losing his touch and couldn’t change his game plan.
We are talking about Ajinkya Rahane.
Now, Rahane is putting all his energy into the Ranji Trophy with Mumbai’s team, and he’s their leader. He has always done well in these local matches and likes leading his team. Doing well here could help him get back into the Test team. He seems to be saying to the people who choose the team, “I’m not done yet.”
The big question is whether the aggressive Rahane from IPL can do well in Test matches. In T20 cricket, he showed he could change his game and be bold. Test cricket is different, but the confidence from his T20 success could help. He has to balance keeping his cool with adding some excitement from T20 cricket.
Rahane is close to playing in 100 Test matches. If he can get there, it would show how strong he is, that he can change with the game, and that he really loves Test cricket. In the Ranji Trophy, he needs to show that the same person who did so well in the IPL can also do well in Test cricket. Then, the doubts will go away, and people will start saying “Jinx is back!” again.
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