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BCCI Chief Selector Ajit Agarkar Was Outraged by Shreyas Iyer’s Claims Report. Details are revealed

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Ishan Kishan and Shreyas Iyer’s reluctance to play domestic cricket is considered as a factor for their absence from BCCI yearly contracts

The absence of Ishan Kishan and Shreyas Iyer from the BCCI’s latest annual contract list has generated the most buzz during the last week. In the past year, the two stars have played a significant role in the BCCI. They took part in key events and, until recently, played for the Indian cricket team. Ishan Kishan was the last member of the group that toured South Africa before taking a break, whereas Iyer played the first two Tests against England before being dropped. The duo’s unwillingness to play domestic cricket is being cited as the cause for their exclusion. Kishan practiced with Hardik Pandya after taking a sabbatical, however he missed Jharkhand’s Ranji Trophy matches. Shreyas Iyer missed a Ranji Trophy game for Mumbai, claiming he was injured. However, according to the Indian Express, the NCA report on him was conflicting.

According to multiple accounts, Iyer attended a pre-IPL camp with the Kolkata Knight Riders during this time. Iyer is the KKR captain. According to Revsportz, BCCI chief selector Ajit Agarkar was “furious” when he found out that Iyer was attending an IPL training while complaining of a back condition. The BCCI selectors make final contract list recommendations.

In a statement, the BCCI noted that “Shreyas Iyer and Ishan Kishan were not considered for the annual contracts in this round of recommendations.” The announcement covered the Senior Men’s Team India yearly Player Contracts for the 2023–24 season, which runs from October 1, 2023, to September 30, 2024.

“The BCCI has recommended that all athletes give precedence to participating in domestic cricket during periods when they are not representing the national team,” it said.

Out of style When India’s batter Shreyas Iyer returns to domestic action on Saturday, he will be driven to prove a point and provide a timely reminder of his skill set against Tamil Nadu in the Ranji Trophy quarterfinal in Mumbai, the record 41-time winners Mumbai. Iyer, who was cut from the Indian Test team and removed from the BCCI’s contracted player list after he withdrew from the Ranji Trophy quarterfinal citing back and groin issues, has fully recovered to go to Mumbai for the pivotal match.

Iyer would be crucial to Mumbai’s plan, particularly while facing Tamil Nadu’s strong spin bowling, which has been one of their main tools this year.

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