Yuvraj Singh’s stop-start Test career has hit another roadblock after he was dropped from India’s squad for the third and final match of the series against West Indies. Rohit Sharma, who has been in good form for Mumbai in the early part of the Ranji Trophy season, has replaced Yuvraj in the squad.
Yuvraj’s scores in the Test series against West Indies read 23, 18 and 25 for an aggregate of 66 runs at an average of 22, which is by far the lowest among India’s batsmen. Yuvraj has been troubled by the West Indies bowling attack and his weakness and inability to face the fast bowlers thanks to weaknesses in his technique were again ruthlessly exploited and exposed, more so in the second Test at Kolkata.
This has been the story of Yuvraj’s Test career where he has routinely struggled against quality seam and spin bowling. Yuvraj has played only 37 Test matches for India since he made his debut inRead More »from Yuvraj needs to ask himself tough questions