Will Ishaan Kishan be as Karun Nair? He won’t be part of playing 11 even after the double century.

Many types of questions come in people’s mind regarding the ODI series against Sri Lanka. Before this series that will be played from Tuesday, January 10, the captain of the Indian team, Rohit Sharma, has raised the questions by offering a press conference. Regarding the ODI series, fans were hoping that once again left-handed opener Ishaan Kishan would be given a chance. But Rohit Sharma has made it clear in the press conference that not Ishaan but Shubman Gill will be part of the playing XI in the ODI series.

Following Rohit Sharma’s response, it has become clear that a double century is not enough to gain a foothold in the Indian national team. Ishaan scored a blistering double hundred in the last match of the ODI series played against Bangladesh, but even after that, he will not be part of the playing XI in the ODI series against Sri Lanka.

Will Ishaan Kishan’s condition be like that of Indian batsman Karun Nair? Nair had scored a triple century for India in Test cricket, but even then he only got to play 6 Test matches. Nair was only the second batsman to score a triple century in the Tests for India. He scored 374 runs in 7 innings of Test matches at an average of 62.33.

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Significantly, Ishaan Kishan has played a total of 10 ODIs and 24 T20 Internationals for the Indian team so far. In these ODIs he has scored 477 runs at an average of 53. In this, he has scored a double century and three half centuries. Other than this, playing 24 T20 International matches, he has scored 629 runs at an average of 27.34 and a strike rate of 127.84. In this one, he has put 4 Fifty.

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