Ajay Jadeja refuses to blame Surya for poor batting

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Indian batsman Suryakumar Yadav has been dismissed for no runs in all three ODIs against Australia. He has set an example of shame. The question arises, why is this situation in 50 over cricket of ICC’s number 1 batsman in T20? Ajay Jadeja refuses to blame Surya for poor batting. According to the former India batsman, Surya has to pay for Rohit Sharma’s wrong decisions.

Surya was sent in to bat at number four in the first two ODIs. But Akshar Patel dropped to number four in the third match. Lokesh Rahul at number five and Hardik Pandya at number six came to bat. Surya descends on number seven. Rohit made a bigger mistake by sending him to bat later, like Ajay.

Ajay told a sports website, “Even after Surya didn’t get runs, the team showed that they have faith in Surya by keeping him. But he was sent to number seven. It also shows that Rohit can’t be trusted even if he is included in the team. Surya’s confidence was further shaken by this. He has doubts about his own abilities. It was seen in his batting. The Rohits made a mistake by sending him later.”

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Surya is the best batsman in T20. Ajay feels that his skills should not be questioned. He said, “The sun is called 360 degree batter. Even after that, surely we should not question his skills. If there are no runs in the bat, doubts are created about one’s ability. We also saw Virat Kohli. The more time a batter spends at the crease at bad times, the better for him. The sun should have come down earlier.”

Ajay also told what decision the management would have taken if a batter had this problem during their time. He said, “In our time, when someone was in bad form, he was never sent from number four to number seven. If needed, it would have been taken down earlier. The more time a batter spends at the crease, the better he plays. Rohit should keep that in mind.”

Michael Fried

Hello there, I'm Michael Fried, and I'm a news author at TheTopDailyNews. I've been covering a wide range of topics for years, from politics and finance to technology and human interest stories.

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