There is no doubt that Wriddhiman Saha is one of India’s finest wicketkeepers. Due to his excellent wicketkeeping on foreign tours, he has heard the praise of captain Virat Kohli many times. However, he was not part of the Indian team in the last 2 Tests against New Zealand. Despite this, he currently remains the first choice in the Indian Test team as a wicketkeeper.
These days, due to Corona virus epidemic, sports activities have come to a halt all over the world. In such a situation, Indian wicketkeeper batsman Wriddhiman Saha is spending time with family at home due to lockdown like other cricketers. During this, Saha is also taking care of his fitness and training. At the same time Saha is also sharpening his wicketkeeping edge, whose video he shared on social media.
In this 45-second video, Saha is seen practicing wicketkeeping and thanked fielding coach R Sridhar. Saha wrote, thanks to R Sridhar for nominating me. I am practicing wicketkeeping at home. ”
Significantly, Wriddhiman Saha’s cricketing career has been affected by injuries in the last few years. Saha was injured during the Pink Ball Test match played in Kolkata last year. He suffered a right finger injury in the match. He had to undergo surgery as the injury was serious. This is the reason why Pant was given a chance to replace Saha in the 2-match Test series against New Zealand.
Talking about Saha’s cricket career, he has scored 1238 runs at an average of 30 in 50 innings of 37 Test matches for India. It also includes 3 centuries and 5 half-centuries. Saha, who made his Test debut for India in 2010, has 92 catches and 11 stumps as a wicketkeeper.
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