The rivalry between Wriddhiman Saha and Rishabh Pant has lengthy been a subject of debate amongst cricket followers and critics in regards to the place of wicketkeeper batsman within the Indian Test staff. But senior Bengal participant Saha doesn’t consider that there’s any rivalry between him and Pant. They even say that they at all times assist this younger participant.
In an interview to INS, Saha mentioned, "We (Saha and Rishabh) joke. <! –
We apply collectively and chat lots in regards to the sport. He at all times tries to present his greatest. There are some issues that we focus on. "
Saha made it clear that there is no such thing as a enmity between him and Pant. These two wicketkeeper batsmen usually prepare collectively on the National Cricket Academy in Bangalore.
The Indian participant mentioned, "I have told Rishabh some things that he will try according to his comfort zone. He will try during training. It is not that he will do it one day and it will work. So, if he feels Is that it is working for him, then he will add it to his training. "
Saha, 35, mentioned on his future in Team India, "We all play for India. The team picks the best combination and we have to respect that. I played the last Test series, not he (Pant). In New Zealand. He played and not me. Personally, we are always expected to play but ultimately the team is paramount. "