Indian test spinner Ravichandran Ashwin enjoyed a strong start to his season at home with 32 wickets in four tests against England, which ended 3-1 in favor of India.
The bowling alley also shone with the bat of remarkable age at his home in Chennai with other star batsmen on both sides who failed to board.
However, Ashwin did not enjoy much success with his decision review systems (DRS) as a spinner and skipper. They grow kohli were more likely to be in place with their review decisions during the test.
The spinner admitted that his calls for DRS were not up to par, especially when he returned to Indian soil after a persistent series in Australia.
“I think we need to change the lens that people use to look at me for DRS,” Ashwin told India Today. “Before this series against England, my DRS was extremely good. Since you’re taking DRS, you need to count I ask valid questions in terms of the word “I know if the ball has hit a line or not.”
He also aimed the pistol at Rishabh Pant, who enjoyed great success with the bat, but his wicket-keeping skills were clearly not as good as cotton wool.
“But as for the line from the corner where I’m bowling and bouncing, the guard really has to help. And Rishabh actually misleads me, many times. I took him aside and said we should sit down and discuss because Ravi Bhai has a few complaints. for going to the DRS, “he said.
Ashwin also vowed to work for better DRS calls in future series.
“Honestly, yes, if there is one improvement I am trying to make, I will choose a better DRS in the future series. I will keep myself under control and after a long time we will play on red soil. It plays a huge role, “he said.