BCCI made a comeback in the return of Yuvraj Singh and Suresh Raina.

                     BCCI made a comeback in the return of Yuvraj Singh and Suresh Raina.

 Despite a lot of hard work, the BCCI has stalled a big hurdle in the way of Yuvraj Singh and Suresh Raina, who failed to make a comeback for the six ODIs that ended after the Test series ended in South Africa. The obstacle is that they will have to pass the fitness test again once again to return to Team India. In fact, this clash is not just for both of them but for all those senior players who want to return to the Indian team again. After the BCCI crusade, the cricket enthusiasts are now emphasizing that poor UV and Raina are discussing this! This is the work done !!

Now you know that both Yuvraj Singh and Suresh Raina failed to pass the Yo-Yo fitness test essentially to return to the BCCI's team India in August. After failing in the test, the selection of the names of these two players was not considered by the selectors. After this both of them sweated sweatily on the ground. Both of them also passed the Yo-Yo test before being selected for the ODI series in South Africa, but despite this, the selectors did not give the place to the team once again. It has been said that if Yuvraj did not play in Ranji Trophy matches, then Raina's performance was not level at domestic cricket.

Yuvraj Singh and Suresh Raina were not too upset with the shock that new news is coming from the board. The news is that if they want to play for the country again, they will have to pass the yo-yo fitness test again. Now you will say what has happened to this board. Those who want to ask will have already passed the fitness test in ten or fifteen days already. Why such a fitness test again? You are two hundred percent correct, but in reality now the planning of the BCCI has changed. Let us know that BCCI is going to soon set new standards for the fitness test for senior players. It was compulsory for senior players to score a minimum of 16.1 so far to pass the yo-yo fitness test.

According to the board's new standards, senior players will have to compulsorily score 16.1 to 16.5 or 17 for a return to Team India. In such a situation, you can now imagine yourself, when the pace of Uva and Raina, who were just blushing for bringing 16.1 scores for the players, then how will they come to this new standard. However, the board has made it clear that the team For the first time in India, the minimum score will remain 16.1.