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Ajinkya Rahane: Rahane decided to take a break from cricket, he withdrew from this tournament

Ajinkya Rahane: Rahane decided to take a break from cricket, he withdrew from this tournament

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Ajinkya Rahane, the vice-captain of the Indian test team, had joined the Leicestershire team from England, but then his team returned to India. For this reason, he could not go to play in England. He now he has decided to take a short break from cricket. For this reason, he will not be seen playing for Leicestershire. Let’s know about it.

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Rahane will not play for Leicestershire

Ajinkya Rahane will not play in the One-Day Cup, England’s national over-50 tournament with Leicestershire. He has decided to take a break in the months of August and September. Leicestershire will kick off their Royal London ODI campaign on August 5 in a Group B match against Kent.

The cricket club gave this statement

The Leicestershire Cricket Club director said firstly, we fully understand Ajinkya Rahane’s situation. He has had a busy schedule in recent months. We respect her wishes to spend time with her family. We are in constant contact with Rahane and we understand how fast cricket conditions change and we hope he will one day play for Leicestershire. Australian batsman Peter Handscomb has been included in the squad in place of Rahane.

India won many matches

Ajinkya Rahane, the vice-captain of the Indian Test team, showed a blast for Chennai Super Kings in IPL 2023. For this reason, he had returned to Team India. He played in the World Test Championship final for India. Following this, he too was seen playing in the two Test series on the West Indies tour. He so far he has scored 5077 runs in 85 Test matches for the India team.

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