New Delhi: Washington Sundar did wonders in the first test match of his career. He played a brilliant 62-point inning on 144 balls. He is congratulated everywhere but his father M Sundar (M Sundar) is disappointed not to have scored a century.
Aside from the Washington Sundar, Shardul Thakur also put a fifty in that game and saved India from lagging behind by a big margin on day three of Brisbane Test. The two shared a partnership of 123 races for the 7th wicket. Both became the fourth Indian partner to sign a century-long partnership for the 7th window in Australia.
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He is praised for his bravery, sobriety, and bravery, but Sundar’s father, Mr Sundar, believes his son should have completed a century because he has the ability to beat.
Mr Sundar said: “I am disappointed that he could not complete the century. When Siraj arrived he should have hit four and six. He could do it. He should have bridged the gap and hit hard. If nothing else, he should have tried to match Australia’s score.
Mr Sundar said he would talk to his son every day and that had happened the day before. He said, “I told him to play a big score if he was given the chance. He said he would definitely play.”
Before Sundar, only two players were able to tap three or more wickets with half a century of test-match debuts for India. One of them was Dattu Phadkar, who did this feat for the Indian team, which visited Australia for the first time.
Mr Sundar said his son was lucky enough to play at number 7, which is another matter, but he is a natural opening batsman. The father said: “He’s a drummer who opens up naturally. He scored a lot of points with the new ball.
Mr Sundar named his son after his mentor PD Washington because this mentor had prepared Mr Sundar to join the Tamil Nadu Ranji squad and he was also selected to the possible squad but due to Ranji’s match sickness Impossible