The intelligent off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin is the one who has the plans in place when it comes to performing in Asian conditions.
Ashwin wasn’t seen swinging his arms ever since he played his last Test against Sri Lanka in August as he was rested by the team management.
With enough bench strength, there comes enough permutations and combinations for selecting the best set of 11 players.
The rotational policy came into effect and is doing the rounds so as to give youngsters or others waiting in the wings to prove their sheen.
Ravichandran Ashwin played an outstanding brand of cricket for County Club Worcestershire and that means he must have learned how to take positive strides in English soil.
When asked about his removal from the squad – the wrist spinners have requisite hunger to perform in the shorter formats.
“This is some sort of difficult question to answer because I don’t know if it’s a comeback at all. And I am sure comebacks are not going to be easy,” Ashwin said while having a chat with The Hindu.
Ashwin is pretty confident that he hasn’t done much wrong on his gameplay so far and said that he will get the chance soon.
“I am not desperate at all. One day, the opportunity will come knocking on my door because I haven’t done too much wrong. So when I get the opportunity and when I am put in an occasion, I will probably try and raise my game to the best of my ability.”
Fitness standards are an important factor these days and Ashwin said he is ready for Yo-Yo Test. “I have been in great conditioning ever since I missed the IPL. I have trained madly. You have to take the test and decide how it goes. But I am completely in compliance with it.”
Ashwin finally went on to say that he is ready to take another step in intensity. “I am a man for systems and any system put in place, I would strive my level best to try and match up to it. Every leader has his own vision of how to bring the team about. This is the vision of the current leadership group and it’s important to respect it.”