India will ride with a lot of hope in the upcoming T20 Worldcup as they currently have a strong unit and the selectors will want to cover all the bases. The youngsters will get a chance in the series for limited overs against Sri Lanka, where the senior men will not be available and it is a good time to test the bench.
It could also be the end of the road for certain cricketers who have certainly not been helped by their age and their current form. These cricketers played an important role in In theThe T20 success in the past and here are 5 Indian players who can retire if they are not selected in the group for the T20 World Cup.
5 Indian players who can retire if they are not selected in the group for the T20 World Cup 2021:
Kedar Jadhav was with the Indian team for limited overs until 2019, where he was dropped due to poor performances, and he has also continued his poor form in the IPL for the last two seasons for Chennai Super Kings and Sunrisers Hyderabad.
The 36-year-old played 9 T20 matches for the country, scoring 122 runs with an average of 20.3 and a pass rate of 123.2. He was used in the middle order as a finisher and he was also able to bowl a handy part-time turn. However, he has not had much influence on any team over the past two years and he will definitely consider packing his boots if he is not part of the T20 Worldcup 2021.