Big reveal from Ashwin, said: He had decided to retire due to injury.

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Big reveal from Ashwin, said: He had decided to retire due to injury.

Johannesburg | Indian spinner R Ashwin is the most effective bowler on Team India, aside from his homeland. Not only this, it is also the third highest carrier in the Indian tests. However, in recent years, Ashwin was forced to leave the team due to injury. Ashwin has now made a big reveal on this. Ashwin said he thought about retiring several times between 2018 and 2020, as he felt he would not be able to go out on the field again due to injuries. Even he was not receiving the support of the people.

Ashwin, who is currently touring South Africa for a series of three tests, has said that between 2017 and 2019 he suffered an injury that made it difficult for him to walk and considered retiring due to pain.

“Between 2018 and 2020, I had considered leaving the game at various points,” Ashwin told ESPNcricinfo on Tuesday. Injuries used to bother me immensely, even when I threw six balls, it would take my breath away. The hard work he used to do was not paying off. The spinner said that people weren’t sensitive enough when they were going through that phase and began to emphasize their intention and willingness to fight.

He said: “You can call me whatever or you can kick me out, which is fine. But you cannot doubt my intentions or my fight, which has hurt a lot. I retired for many reasons. I thought people were not sensitive. to my injuries. I’ve seen a lot of people supported, why not me? I’ve won a lot of games for the team and no one can support me. It used to be. “

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Ashwin said he realized that there have been ups and downs in his career. At that time, only his wife and father supported him. Who was always optimistic that he would return.


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