Shikhar Dhawan has been a standout amongst other opening batsmen for India for as long as quite a while now. It isn't care for India has not attempted diverse batsmen for the initial positions. From Rohit Sharma to KL Rahul to Prithvi Shaw to Mayank Agarwal, from Hanuma Vihari to Murali Vijay, the Indian cricket crew has attempted various players at the top over all arrangements. In any case, just a couple have been as steady no matter how you look at it as Dhawan has been.
Dhawan has hit merely 7 hundreds in the 34 Tests he has played. At an average of 40.61, he has scored 2,315 runs. This is not a decent play on his part. In the year 2018 as well, he has failed to strike with his bat on the crease. This is the reason; the selectors have kept him away from the test squad in 2018. Dhawans last test match was in The Oval in September 2018 against England cricket team.
Things being what they are, the inquiry is will Dhawan, who is currently 34 years of age, get an opportunity to play Test cricket for India once more? Previous India cricketer Aakash Chopra has his state on the conversation.
Never state never, he may get an opportunity. Be that as it may, will he get an opportunity rapidly? Chopra doesn't figure it can happen right now in light of the fact that there are as of now a few alternatives as openers for Test cricket.
BCCI investing in other openers to open in Test cricket feels Chopra
Chopra thinks it has not been spoken yet they have stepped through approach his Exam profession that he is a heavenly white-competitor, so he should concentrate on ODIs and T20Is. Be that as it may, in Test cricket, we are putting resources into others. In this way, Chopra doesn't think Shikhar Dhawan will get an opportunity in not so distant future.