I’ve Cleared Yo-Yo Test: Sarfaraz Khan Takes A Jibe At Rohit Sharma On His Fitness. 

The Mumbai batsman Sarfaraz Khan’s apparent absence from the selection during the announcement of the roster for the upcoming home Test series against Australia caused a stir (BCCI).

The board released the lineup for the first two games of the four-match Test series, which starts on February 9 in Nagpur. Ishan Kishan and Suryakumar Yadav received their first Test invitations for India, while the other selections were expected.

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Sarfaraz has been one of the most dependable players in domestic cricket. He scored 928 runs in the 2019–20 and 982 runs in the 2021–22 Ranji Trophy seasons, respectively. Even in the present tournament, he has scored 431 runs at an average of 107.75.

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Sarfaraz Khan Hits Back At Critics Over His Fitness

Many speculated that the Mumbai cricketer’s poor performance for India A was the reason for his omission when the selection was announced on Friday, January 14, while very few thought that his fitness was to blame.

In the interim, Sarfaraz Khan addressed the circumstance and asserted that he is entitled to represent India because he has already passed all yo-yo exams. The 25-year-old said the following in an interview with the Times of India:

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“I’m bound to fail in the odd match or two. It’s cricket, it happens. I’m not God. I can’t score in every match. And I’m very fit. I played in every match till the last. I run fast. Everyone has a different body structure, you can’t change it. I’ve cleared all the yo-yo tests in the past. Unless you clear the yo-yo test, you can’t play in the IPL.”

The first of four Test matches between India and Australia is scheduled to take place on February 9 in Nagpur. The second Test will begin on February 17 in Delhi, and az the third and fourth Tests will begin on March 1 and March 9 in Dharamshala and Ahmedabad, respectively.

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