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I will have to adjust to playing under Virat: Ashwin

DNMUM381134 | 1/12/2017 | Author : G Krishnan | WC :351



Pune: When Ravichandran Ashwin takes the field under the new full-time captain Virat Kohli on Sunday, it would be one full year to the date since he last played an ODI. He missed 11 ODIs since that second ODI in Australia in 2016.
Former captain MS Dhoni kept Ashwin out of the side for the rest of the ODIs in Australia to find the right balance including bringing in a bowler who can bat. But, as has been with Kohli in the Tests, Ashwin will be the go-to man in the upcoming series, and will be keen to continue the Test form into the limited-overs.
“It’s (2016) been a good year as far as I’m concerned,” Ashwin said here on Wednesday. “But the year is done and dusted. Can’t rest back on your laurels a lot. The game doesn’t give you tha
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