After BCCI request, TNCA releases T Natarajan from upcoming Domestic Tournament

TNCA releases T Natarajan from upcoming Domestic Tournament

TNCA releases T Natarajan from upcoming Domestic Tournament (Pic Source : Twitter)

If any player has impressed very much in a short span from Indian side then only one name will roam around everyone’s mind and that will be T Natarajan who has shown immense talent in the Australian tour. With his great performance he was named in the Tamil Nadu squad for upcoming domestic tournament Vijay Hazare Trophy. But now BCCI has urged the Tamil Nadu Cricket Association (TNCA) to release T Natarajan from the squad to make himself feel fresh for the white ball cricket against England which will commence from 12th March.

“That is what we have heard. We have got a request in writing but we understand that the team management wants him to get ready by practicing at the National Cricket Academy (NCA) in Bangalore. The secretary is looking into it. The Tamil Nadu Cricket Association (TNCA) will take the right decision” quoted by Kasi Viswanathan as said by Cricbuzz.

“The BCCI wants him fresh. It is in the national interest and so we are ready to oblige”.

“We had named replacement should he be not available and that issue has been sorted out. We have released Natarajan” added by Kasi Viswanathan.

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Now with this T Natarajan has to move towards NCA for training sessions.

In the reports it was also said that KL Rahul might be only available for third test as he could be there In the safety concern regarding Bio-bubble which eventually represents his appearance in the mid of the month of February.

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There is not much development on the fitness status of Hanuma Vihari, Umesh Yadav and Mohammed Shami and the information is that none of them will be available for the selection for the last two Tests

T Natarajan has yet played three T20I, one ODIs and one Test respectively.

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