Team India's main spin bowler Ravichandran Ashwin, who was getting ready for the Test sequence in opposition to New Zealand, recalled a horrible incident of his childhood. Ashwin mentioned that in a tennis ball event early in his profession, gamers of the opposition group had threatened to chop his fingers.
Speaking to Cricbuzz, the Indian spinner mentioned, "We had to play the final match. And as I started leaving, there were four or five boys sitting on the Royal Enfield, they were older than me. They picked me up and told me to come with us." I requested 'who’re you', then he mentioned 'you must play the match there, we now have come to choose you up. "
He mentioned, "I used to be joyful that he had despatched folks to choose me up and was feeling nice. <! –
Meaning Royal Enfield … I sat behind a boy on a motorcycle and one other boy sat behind me, as if I might attempt to run away. I received caught between the 2. I used to be 14–15 years outdated. They took me to a tea stall. Tea stalls are a giant factor in Chennai. "
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Ashwin went on to say, "There is a tea stall next to every ground where the benches are there. They made me sit there, ordered Bhaji and Vada and said that I need not be afraid they have come to help me. When 3: It is 30-4 then I said that the match is going to start, come on. So they said that they are from the opposition team, we want to stop you from playing. If you try to play, we will make sure that your Cross fingers are not. "
Ashwin, who’s away from the restricted overs format group, will likely be seen in motion after a very long time within the Wellington Test in opposition to New Zealand from 21 February.