R Ashwin | Ashwin completed 700 wickets in international cricket, said ‘this’ big thing after achieving special achievement

Rossiu (Dominica): Indian team’s star off-spinner R Ashwin says that the urge to continuously improve has taken him to new heights but the journey has been very tiring for him. Ashwin took five wickets for 60 runs on the opening day of the first Test of the two-match series against the West Indies (India vs West Indies Test Series) on Wednesday, thanks to which India bundled out the hosts for just 150 runs in the first innings. During this, Ashwin completed 700 wickets in international cricket (Test, ODI and T20 International combined). He became the third Indian bowler after Anil Kumble (956) and Harbhajan Singh (711) to achieve this feat. After the end of the first day’s play, when Ashwin was asked about the long journey of international cricket and the ups and downs during this, he said, “There is no cricketer or human being in this world who has gone through such ups and downs.” Have not passed through When you face failure you have two options, either get depressed, talk about it and then complain and get frustrated. Or learn from it. So I am someone who is constantly learning from these things. Also read He said, “In fact today (on my good performance), the best thing I will do on my good day is that I will eat good food, do good things, talk to my family, go to bed and all about it.” I will forget Ashwin said, “When you have a good day, you know you had a good day but there are things you can work on and improve on tomorrow. The relentless pursuit of excellence is what has kept me in good stead, but it has also been exhausting. He said, “This journey has not been easy either. This journey has been very tiring for me but I am very thankful for all those failures because without them success would not have been possible. In the recent World Test Championship (WTC) final against Australia, he was quite disappointed when he was not included in the playing XI. He said, “I have talked about it. It is tough for any cricketer when you get a chance to play in the WTC final but have to sit out in the end. But if I am sitting in the dressing room dejected, what is the difference between me and any other person. ” (agency)

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