Shikhar Dhawan, the left-hand Indian opening batsman, has not had a great year in cricket. From the ICC World Cup 2019, he was ruled out due to a fracture in his thumb. In West Indies tour, he returned into the squad but his performance was good enough.
In recent times, he suffered a knee injury which became the reason for his absence in the series versus the Men in Maroon. More than this, there were many questions raised about his form.
Now, team India’s Gabbar has come up with his wish to make a strong comeback in the upcoming year with some great performance.
The opener, who is a 34-year-old, has played a total of 12 T20Is in 2019 and also managed to score only 272 runs with a shaky strike rate of 110.57.
Shikhar Dhawan is excited for the new year
Shikhar Dhawan is thinking of making a fresh start with the new year’s beginning. Dhawan had to face a lot of struggles in the year due to his finger’s injury, next on the neck and others. not forgotten how to bat and for his side, he is very excited to play some big knocks.
“This is a fresh start for me. I was hit on the finger, then on the neck, bruised eye and then stitches on the knee. The good news is New Year is coming. I am happy that KL Rahul has done so well. He has grabbed the opportunity. So I am going to go and express myself,” the left-hander said.
“Injuries are natural. You’ve got to accept that. It’s fine and I don’t create a big fuss about it. The start-stop thing doesn’t affect me as I haven’t forgotten how to bat. My class is permanent and I will score runs,” Shikhar Dhawan was quoted as saying.