Tuesday , May 11 2021

Mumbai Pacer Tushar Deshpande chooses to play club cricket in IPL tests

Mumbai bowling Tushar Deshpande made his debut on list A on the Vijay Hazare Trophy 2018-19 and so far the bowler impressed everyone at his pace and bounced. However, he recently made a choice that many can not understand as he chose to play a game club rather than go to an Indian Premier League (IPL) test.

The 23-year-old was asked to be tested on Friday by the IPL Kings XI Punjab franchise (KXIP), impressed by the bowling skills. Any young person in India who plays cricket would have been able to agree on the IPL test, but the right arm arm opted for a club game in an IPL test. The next Tushar's Ranji game starts on November 20 and has time to play for a club.

Deshpande said he never went for an IPL trial, believing that if he gave 100 percent to the games he played, why would he have to go for testing. According to Mumbai's bowling, there would be 60-70 bowling in the trials and it would not be nearly the cup from two to three goals and so, instead of going to Mohalis for that, it was playing an official game.

While Deshpande is still struggling to determine his point in the team, he shined for his status in the first game of this Ranji season, where he threw six wickets in 24,2 overs at Karnail Singh Stadium in New Delhi. However, Deshpande still hopes to impress the IPL teams with its performance so that it can get the chance to play an IPL game.

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