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R Ashwin says by no means requested ICC to calm down 15-degree rule for bowling doosra: I’ll by no means say such a factor

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Ashwin’s clarification got here in response to media reviews saying that he appealed to the International Cricket Council (ICC) to calm down the rule on his Youtube channel.  Ashwin stated that he runs his Youtube channel “for all the right reasons” and for the “audience to know cricket better”. (Reuters Photo)HIGHLIGHTSAshwin was responding to media reviews claiming he made the feedback on his Youtube channelHe stated that his channel goals at letting viewers know cricket higherAshwin is at the moment gearing up for the ultimate of the World Test Championship in EnglandOff-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin clarified that he has not appealed for the relief of the International Cricket Council’s (ICC) 15-degree elbow flexion rule whereas bowling the “doosra”.Ashwin’s clarification got here in response to media reviews saying that he appealed to the International Cricket Council (ICC) to calm down the rule on his Youtube channel.Really?? Pls don’t carry mistaken stuff!! I’ll by no means say such a factor.— Mask up and take your vaccine (@ashwinravi99) June 10, 2021
“Really?? Pls don’t carry wrong stuff!! I will never say such a thing,” stated Ashwin on Twitter.”Wrong wrong wrong!! My channel is done for all the right reasons and audience to know cricket better. If you can’t get such basic stuff right in translation, pls don’t carry such poor news,” Ashwin stated in one other tweet.Ashwin is at the moment in England with the remainder of the Indian workforce who’re gearing up for the World Test Championship (WTC) remaining in opposition to New Zealand. The match shall be held from June 18 to 22 on the Ageas Bowl in Southampton.Earlier, the 34-year-old gave a cheeky response to former batsman Sanjay Manjrekar saying that Ashwin just isn’t an all-time nice but.Ashwin replied to Manjrekar’s tweet with a well-known dialogue from the Tamil film ‘‘Aparachith’. “Apdi Solladha Da Chaari, Manasellam Valikirdhu,” his tweet read. When translated into English, the dialogue can be read as: “Don’t say issues like that, it hurts.”Click right here for IndiaToday.in’s full protection of the coronavirus pandemic.