Off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin of the Indian cricket team feels that no player can survive injury, even Sir Donald Bradman and Sachin Tendulkar could not escape from their playing days. Ashwin was unable to play the last three matches of the Test series on tour due to injury.
Captain Virat Kohli had suggested to pay attention to this while expressing his "anxiety" on his frequent injury. Ashwin, who took 342 wickets in India for the Test, said, "I got hurt and I have to deal with it in a way. No player can survive with injury.
Ravichandran Ashwin said, "Sachin Tendulkar and Don Bradman could not even survive due to injury and the players will not be able to survive in the future." Whenever I have to give a fitness test or a yo-yo test then I am at the top. I am trying to do my best. '
Ashwin said that he is gradually moving towards achieving full fitness and he will need more time to get the full fitness as he is currently the regular part of the team in just one format.
He said, 'I have become almost 100 percent fit. I have bowled close to 40 overs in the last match, but I would like to continue. I'm not playing regularly. Now playing in one format only. It is necessary that I get time to spend time in the field and get training. "