R Ashwin
R Ashwin has stated that he does not care about how he performs in any match.

In Ravichandran Ashwin’s opinion, he has reached a point in his cricketing career when he is no longer concerned with the evaluation of his own performance following every match.

Ravichandran Ashwin, one of cricket’s brightest minds, believes that he has reached a point in his career where he is no longer concerned about how he does in the post-match evaluations. India off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin believes that the last two years have been good for him, with a successful home Test series and a historic trip to Australia in which India won back-to-back series. He played in last year’s T20 World Cup in the UAE and returned to white-ball cricket after a four-year absence.

The T20 series against South Africa at home later this month has been postponed, so he will join the rest of the group in the UK for the final Test against England.

“If you’re looking for the truth, I have no idea how I’m doing. Currently, I’m not in a stage in my life where I’m pondering the past and the present simultaneously. I’m living it day by day, as I promised.

“A lot of folks have had it tough over the last two years, but I’ve been blessed beyond measure. So I’m simply playing my game and having fun with it. On the ground, I don’t know if it’s obvious enough to me. Pleased to report that I’m feeling great “This is what Ashwin said to PTI at the launch of ‘Bandon Mein Tha Dum’ by Voot Select.

In June and July, Ashwin will return to the Indian team for the rescheduled fifth Test against England, which has been postponed due to rain.

Champion spinner, on the other hand, eagerly awaits his much-needed vacation back home after spending five months living out of luggage.

“Honestly, I can’t think of anything to say at the moment. We’ve had a grueling international season, so I’m not even thinking about it. I’ve been in bubbles for a long time, and I’ve just returned home after five months. Time to put the pause button on and enjoy life as it happens.” COVID-19’s demise has led to a shift in the way cricket boards throughout the world stage tournaments. That can only make Ashwin happy.

“Absolutely. The bigger picture is what we should be focusing on above all else. We should all be delighted if the pandemic is over and things return to normal.” With bat and ball, Ashwin played a key role in India’s historic victory in Australia in January 2021. Ashwin returned to the Sydney Test on day five after suffering severe back spasms on day four and batted with Hanuma Vihari for 128 balls each to secure a draw that seemed like a win.

With great pleasure, Ashwin remembered that partnership. His absence from the last Test was due to India’s inability to deploy an eleven due to an injury crisis.

“The other game I was injured in was in Southampton in 2018, and it didn’t go well for us. Even though I experienced a terrible back spasm for a second time during the game in Sydney on the fourth day of the match, my resolve was strong enough that I persevered.

“I prayed for a little bit of good fortune, that the pills would work, and that the next morning would be less painful. I prayed softly.

“Even though it was difficult, I managed to go through the fourth day, took a few wickets, and bowled nonstop periods. Southampton (the 2018 England Test) was a lot more difficult, but I believe a lot of it was pre-ordained.

An accomplished spinner described it as “one of those series when a lot of effort and that one percent luck for every single individual.”

Ashwin, who made his Test debut in 2011, predicted that the team’s performance in Australia will be difficult to match.

“The best series I’ve ever worked on. Every wonderful memory, every difficult period we went through, and the exhilaration following our victory still stay firm even today when you talk about it “he went on to say. The PTI BS KHS KHS

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