After KL Rahul’s last-minute addition, Shikhar Dhawan was demoted to vice-captaincy, but the team’s oldest player is always willing to assist the younger players who seek him out.
Dhawan was prepared to captain the team during a three-match ODI series, but now that he will serve as a deputy, he is prepared to give it his all.
“I really love imparting my knowledge to the team’s younger members. In reality, I first visited in 2014, when Indian coach Duncan Fletcher was in charge. I’m (always) here to respond if they (young people) come out with any questions or requests for advice “Dhawan said during a press conference.
The series against Zimbabwe will be essential for a number of the team’s young players, including Shubman Gill, Avesh Khan, and Ishan Kishan, and the exposure they are receiving now will be very helpful to them in the coming days, continued Dhawan.
“The younger generation is now more exposed. They have outstanding technique and exude confidence. Because of domestic and IPL success, their level of confidence is pretty high. We believe we have a lot of choices. It is a positive indication for the group “said Dhawan.