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Ishan Kishan and Shreyas Iyer Stir Cricket Controversy: Rejected BCCI Contracts and Test Series Participation Spark Debate

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Since the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) opted to leave Ishan Kishan and Shreyas Iyer off of its most recent contract list, the cricket world has been agog with talk about them. This decision was made when it was discovered that both players declined to compete in the Ranji Trophy for their state teams, even though they were healthy and not on national service.

Kishan declined an invitation from the BCCI to participate in the Test series against England, citing personal reasons for requiring a vacation, which increased the excitement, according to a report from ESPNcricinfo. He did not, however, keep in touch with his local Jharkhand team or the National Cricket Academy; instead, he continued to practice on his own.

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According to the article, Kishan was contacted by the team management during the Test series against England, but he didn’t feel prepared to be included in the squad. However, Iyer, who had been experiencing back and groin problems, was cleared to play in the Ranji Trophy despite refusing to participate, according to the BCCI medical team.

In response to these events, the BCCI removed Kishan and Iyer from their annual contract list and mandated that all players under contract play in domestic cricket. Kishan participated in the DY Patil T20 Cup, however, Iyer was able to make a comeback and was named in the Mumbai team for their Ranji Trophy quarterfinal matchup against Tamil Nadu.

Young Dhruv Jurel stepped in and made a memorable impact, especially during the fourth Test against England, with match-winning performances that earned him the Player-of-the-Match award in just his second international outing. With wicketkeeper-batsman KS Bharat struggling for form in the Test squad and Kishan unavailable as a replacement,.

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Iyer and Kishan’s hopes for the ICC T20 World Cup, which will be co-hosted by the US and the West Indies in June, are clouded by this dispute. Their ability in limited-overs cricket means that losing these central contracts and missing this tournament could have a major effect on their national careers, especially since Kishan is a recognized white-ball specialist and Iyer proved his mettle in the ODI World Cup.

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Zofia Zwieglinska
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Zofia Zwieglinska is an advocate for sports education, believing in the power of sports to transform lives, build communities, and instill values of teamwork, discipline, and perseverance. She frequently volunteers at community sports clinics, sharing her love for the game and encouraging young athletes to pursue their passion.

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