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Still, so be it Gambhir’s strong’ Indian justice is precedence, not IPL’ communication to players  If the ballot has to suffer.

Former Indian batter Gautam Gambhir

 Former Indian batter Gautam Gambhir came up with a piece of strong advice for players regarding their precedences in 2023, given it’s a World Cup time. Team India have suffered in the last two T20 World Mugs due to star players getting injured just before the event or not being completely fit during the competition and ultimately it has had a major impact on the side’s performance. 

 A big player misses the IPL and the ballot has to suffer, so be it, IPL can not take centre stage when an ICC event is listed, especially given the players’ fitness history in the last couple of times. Indian justice should be the main stakeholder and that everything differently comes second.

Speaking on Star Sports ’ show Road to Glory, Gambhir said that if a big player misses the IPL and the ballot has to suffer, so be it, IPL can not take centre stage when an ICC event is listed, especially given the players’ fitness history in the last couple of times. 

 Gautam Gambhir

Gambhir further said that players in particular, who play all three formats can take a break from T20Is but they can not indeed suppose of missing ODIs and should conduct also they can take a break from T20Is, If people who are playing all three formats want to take a break. But surely not from the ODI format,he added. 

 BCCI also lately after the review meeting on Sunday 

 January 1 issued an announcement saying that it’ll cover players through the IPL as part of workload operation. Gambhir that if a big player misses the IPL and the ballot has to suffer, so be it, IPL can not take centre stage when an ICC event is listed, especially given the players’ fitness history in the last couple of years.Keeping in mind the Men’s FTP and medications for ICC CWC 2023, the NCA will work in tandem with the IPL Franchise to cover the targeted Indian players sharing in the IPL 2023, BCCI said in a release.

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