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Ravindra Jadeja is putting a price to his wicket and thinking like a batsman, feels Deep Dasgupta

Deep Dasgupta has stated that Ravindra Jadeja is taking his batting seriously now as compared to the past when he would play a terrible shot to lose his wicket. The former Indian wicket-keeper has also added that Jadeja is thinking like a batsman which is helping him get big scores currently.
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newscricketa year ago

Dhoni’s success never frustrated me because he was better than me, admits Deep Dasgupta

Former Indian wicket-keeper Deep Dasgupta, who played eight Tests for India between 2001 and 2002, revealed that he was never jealous of Dhoni’s success as he knew that the Jharkhand man was a superior cricketer. Dhoni’s emergence shut the door of Dasgupta making a national comeback.
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newscricketa year ago

Tag of being a ‘swing bowler’ did not bother me, reveals Bhuvneshwar Kumar

Bhuvneshwar Kumar, who carried the tag of being a specialist swing bowler without pace, when he burst onto the scene, has revealed that he wished he had more pace, but admitted that he never went chasing speed. Bhuvi revealed that changing his training regime then helped him increase his pace.
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newscricketa year ago

Luxury to be home when hundreds are homeless, expresses Murali Kartik

Former Indian cricketer Murali Kartik, who sporadically represented the national team from 2000 to 2007, says it is a luxury to be at home when hundreds of people are stranded all over the country homeless, in this ongoing crisis. Karthik further discussed his injury woes back in the early 2000s.
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newscricket2 years ago

Not convinced with Rishabh Pant, comments former Indian cricketer Deep Dasgupta

Former Indian cricketer Deep Dasgupta feels that Rishabh Pant is not the right choice for the Indian team for the wicket-keeper role. Pant, who was part of the Indian team as the first-choice keeper in the Test series against West Indies, only managed scores of 27, 24 and 7 in the series.
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