Not happy with my performance, 40s and 50s are nothing; axed Indian opener plans a comeback

The return of the Ranji Trophy will forebode well for Indian cricket. With the famous tournament returning, it would give a perfect opportunity for some of the Indian star cricketers to return to domestic cricket and regain form. The 2022 Ranji Trophy has seen India’s experienced middle-order duo of Cheteshwar Pujara and Ajinkya Rahane return to play for Saurashtra and Mumbai respectively. Both the star batters failed to make a positive impact with their overall performance.

Another Indian star batter who is working hard to break back into the national team is Prithvi Shaw. The 22-year-old opener who is not a part of the Indian team in any format hopes to make a comeback by putting up an excellent show in the Ranji trophy. The right-handed batter has delivered with 9, 44, and 53 runs so far.

Former U19 captain senses that he has to perform a lot better to have a chance of returning to the national side. The young opener feels happy with the progress he is making. At the same time, Shaw told that he was not happy with his earlier performances. Shaw admitted that scoring 40 and 50 runs are nothing in cricket.

Shaw added that he should have played much better. The Mumbai cricketer believes that he is batting well. Shaw stated that there will be a long break as his focus will be to give his best in the IPL. After playing white-ball cricket for two and half months, Shaw has to switch on well in the red-ball game.