Sachin Tendulkar
Sachin Tendulkar returned to the field in the ongoing Road Safety World Series.

Sachin Tendulkar said that there should be no age criteria for taking players in Team India, adding that the team should always field the best XI in terms of age.

Sachin Tendulkar weighed the debate on whether the young players should join the Indian team with an eye on the T20 World Cup. He said that age should not be a criterion when choosing teams and that the best XI should be played at all times. “One thing I would like to clarify here is that it is not just about picking youngsters. It is about choosing capable players. You are talking about the Indian cricket team, age should not be the test. It is about what you are doing. Tendulkar told ANI, “It matters, not age. If someone is capable of performing and cannot be a young cricketer, but if you are capable of performing then you should play for India.”

“Talking about youth, if you are able to perform … then he is duly entitled to it. But if he is not capable of performing, there are probably options you can see.

“It’s not just about age, it’s a misconception that you should promote youth. I think we should choose our best 11. We should choose our best 14-15 member squad and the best balance to the selection committee Know and it should be left to them, ”he said.

Two people have been affected in the ongoing T20I series against England, Suryakumar Yadav and Ishan Kishan.

Tendulkar believes that playing the top-level bowlers in the Indian Premier League has taught the youth tough challenges at the international level.

Tendulkar said, “As far as Suryakumar and Ishaan are concerned, both have done really well.

“He played against all these people many times (in the IPL).

“For us, when I went to Pakistan and Australia, I was playing all those bowlers for the first time and that was at the international level.

He said, “So the beauty here is that he played against the top bowlers in the IPL and then played against them for India.

“It’s a big difference, you know what is expected of them and that’s what happened. That’s the beauty of our structure and we can see that our bench strength is really good,” he explained.

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