Shikhar Dhawan: What did Shikhar Dhawan say about Shubman, said his heart after losing his place in the ODI team
He said, ‘Shubman is doing very well and it should be accepted. However, I am open to opportunities. There are always opportunities for players. Magic can happen anytime. I am doing my best.
Please tell that Shikhar had last landed on the field for the Indian team against Bangladesh last year. However, after this he did not get a chance and had to be dropped from the Indian team. Earlier, he had also captained the team against West Indies and Sri Lanka and it was being said that he is involved in Team India’s strategy in the ODI World Cup.
However, Shubman Gill, who was included in the team in his place, is performing brilliantly as an opener. In such a situation, it is expected that in the World Cup only Shubman will enter the field of opening with Rohit Sharma. In such a situation, the doors of Team India are almost closed for Shikhar Dhawan.
What did Dhawan say on retirement
Apart from this, Dhawan also kept his post about his future plan after his retirement. Dhawan said that the day he feels like this, now I should say goodbye to this game, I will not delay. Apart from this, on the plan after retirement from cricket, he said, ‘I want to pursue my business after retirement from cricket. Apart from this, if I get a chance, I will work in the film. I am not interested in joining politics at the moment, but I will focus fully on whatever field I enter.