Wasim Jaffer
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When a fan inquired as to why he hadn’t tweeted about Ashes, Wasim Jaffer gave an explanation.

Asked about the Vijay Hazare Trophy, Jaffer replied, “I’m more interested in that.”

Odisha’s domestic cricket team is headed by a former opener.

When a Twitter follower pressed Wasim Jaffer on why he hadn’t tweeted about Ashes, he finally gave an explanation. Like many of his tweets, it was not a simple answer.

Wasim Jaffer is one of cricket’s most prolific social media users. Fans are entertained on a regular basis by his humorous tweets, hilarious memes, and offbeat thoughts on cricketing happenings. It has been uncharacteristically quiet from Jaffer in regard to the ongoing Ashes Test between Australia and England at the Gabba in Brisbane. It has been a mystery to cricket fans why the former right-hander has not commented on what is largely considered to be one of the most significant cricketing occurrences in the globe. When a Twitter follower pressed him for an explanation, Jaffer finally gave one. Like many of his tweets, it was not a simple answer.

Jaffer responded to the fan’s question by saying he was “more interested in the Vijay Hazare Trophy” than the Ashes.

In addition to the Vijay Hazare Trophy, which is India’s domestic 50-over event, Jaffer has much on his plate. Odisha’s head coach is a man of many talents. It was announced in July that the former opener will be taking on the role of interim head coach.

After winning both of its games in Elite Group A, Odisha is off to a strong start in the competition. As of right now, they’re ranked second in the league for net run rate points. Group A is headed by Vidarbha.

In the meantime, the first Ashes Test had reached an important point. When Travis Head pushed his overnight total of 112 runs to 152 runs, England appeared to be in trouble. Following Day 1’s humiliating dismissal of England for 147, Australia posted a first-innings total of 425.

Despite this, in the final two games, the visitors came back strong. Day 3 ended with England on 220/2, behind Australia by 58 runs, with Joe Root on 86 and Dawid Malan on 80.

Despite being one run shy of his career-high score in Australia, Root’s 86 not out helped him surpass Michael Vaughan’s 1481 runs scored in 2002 to become the highest-scoring Englishman of all time, with 1541 runs scored in a calendar year.

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