Sarfaraz Khan's continued non-inclusion in the Indian Test team has been a matter of debate in Indian cricketing circles for a while now. After being snubbed for the Border-Gavaskar Trophy as well as the World Test Championship (WTC) final, there is no place for the Mumbai cricketer in the squad for the West Indies tour as well.
Former India captain Sunil Gavaskar has opened up on Mumbai batter Sarfaraz Khan being repeatedly snubbed by the national selectors despite his prolific form in domestic cricket. There are reports that the 25-year-old’s weight is an issue. However, according to Gavaskar, players should not be selected on the basis of their size, but depending on their form with the bat or bowl. He further quipped that if selectors are looking for slim and trim guys, they must go to a fashion show and pick some models.
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