Shikhar Dhawan: Indian batsman Shikhar Dhawan is consistently performing well in limited overs cricket. However, despite this, for some time now, he is getting a chance to play only in ODI cricket. Despite this, Dhawan is not disappointed and he is trying to keep himself ready for this format.
Dhawan will be seen captaining India in the one-day series against South Africa. Before this series, Dhawan has revealed about his target.
Dhawan said, “I consider myself fortunate that my career has been so wonderful. Whenever I get an opportunity, I share my experience with the young players. Now I have a new responsibility but I take every challenge as an opportunity. I see. Right now my target is the Cricket World Cup to be held in 2023. I just want to keep myself fit and keep myself mentally good at that time.
36-year-old Dhawan played the last T20 International for India in July last year. He got this opportunity when most of the senior players of the team were on tour of England and another team of India was also playing on the tour of Sri Lanka. Dhawan played the last Test match for India in 2018.
Dhawan has been playing continuously in the Indian Premier League and his performance has also been very good. Despite this, he is not able to return to the T20 team. If we look at ODI cricket in the last 1-2 years, then Dhawan has been India’s most successful batsman and this is the reason why he is believed to be playing in next year’s World Cup.