The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) on April 15 reported its yearly rundown of contracted cricketers. Every one of the known and enormous names made to the rundown yet there was one name that missed the rundown and it has amazed many.
The rundown didn’t have the name of India’s arising pace sensation T Natarajan. The measures to get granted with the focal agreement is-a player needs to play at least three Tests or eight ODIs or 10 T20Is in a season.
Players who play each of the three configurations consistently get an A+ contract by the BCCI. Consistently BCCI declares its yearly agreements for the major parts in various classes.
Major parts in A+ grade get 7 crore each year and major parts in Grade A get 5 crores as retainer-ship. Evaluation B gets 3 crores and the last class Grade C gets 3 crores. The agreements are chosen by the BCCI president, secretary, and director of the choice panel.
T Natarajan intrigued the cricket club big time during the Australia visit. Indeed, he made his introduction in every one of the organisations of the game during a similar visit yet he played just 1 Test, 2 ODIs, and 4 T20Is this season.
His no of matches neglected to meet the measures set by BCCI. Prithvi Shaw who additionally played just one Test has passed up the agreement by BCCI, then again, ShubmanGill got it while highlighting in three Tests Down Under.
Notwithstanding, if Natarajan highlights in two additional Tests in England this year or plays 6 T20Is or ODIs before September 2021, he would be remembered for the yearly agreement list.
In any case, the pacer won’t get everything and will get the instalment on a favourable to rata premise. Suryakumar Yadav and Krunal Pandya additionally didn’t get the yearly BCCI contract yet even they may get included, given they complete no of the specified matches by the BCCI.
Virat Kohli, Rohit Sharma, and Jasprit Bumrah are the lone three players to have an A+ Grade contract by BCCI.