handball-ungarn-frankreich-live,The India tour of Sri Lanka is being seen as a golden opportunity for Indian rookies to make a case for themselves in the team. Alongside some uncapped players, the tour also offers an opportunity of redemption to players like Kuldeep Yadav who are struggling to hold on to their spots in the Indian team. Mohammad Kaif, analysing Kuldeep's situation, said that he expects India's stand-in head coach Rahul Dravid to look after the chinaman spinner.
Kuldeep made a phenomenal start to his international career and quickly became a key player in India's limited-overs setup. His performances also earned him a spot in the Test team but over the last couple of years or so, the 26-year-old spinner's stocks have fallen rather dramatically. While there's no denying that the player himself hasn't grabbed the chances given to him, Kaif feels the left-arm spinner hasn't been managed well either.,antalyaspor-fc
water-volleyball-set-for-lake,"Sometime I get disappointed when I see Kuldeep not getting managed properly. Because as a Chinaman... he has a special quality, not everyone can bowl Chinaman. It’s a gift, I think Rahul Dravid will look after him in Sri Lanka," he explained in a media interaction arranged by the Sony Sports Network ahead of the start of the series.
Kuldeep, as a chinaman spinner, is a rare talent. There aren't many spinners like him across the world and Kaif is hoping the team management takes more responsibility in handling his case to ensure that a rare cricketer like him meets his full potential.,basketball-games-today-times
"You are not going to see players like him every day, he has a unique talent. If you want such players to perform for you, then you need the senior players and captain to back them. So it's your (team management) responsibility to manage these kind of players well, and the player must also be mindful of their body language when backed by the think tank," he further said.,atp-paris
It might be a limited-overs specialist Indian team but Kuldeep does have immense competition for his spot in the XI. Yuzvendra Chahal, Varun Chakravarthy, Krunal Pandya, Krishnappa Gowtham and Rahul Chahar are the other spinners vying with him for a spot in the team.,platinum-exchange