Yuzvendra Chahal’s Wife Dhanashree Expresses Disappointment Over His Asia Cup Snub

Yuzvendra Chahal’s omission from the Indian cricket team’s 17-member Asia Cup squad has sparked reactions from both Chahal and his wife, Dhanashree Verma. While Chahal responded with a positive post on Twitter, his wife took to Instagram to share a “serious note” expressing her disappointment.

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Chahal, a key player in India’s limited-overs setup, was left out of the Asia Cup squad, leading to a social media uproar and disappointment among some veterans. Since the beginning of 2021, only five bowlers, including Chahal, have appeared in over 15 ODIs for India. While four of them made it to the Asia Cup squad, Chahal’s omission raised questions.

Chahal’s wife posted

Dhanashree Verma’s Instagram story read, “Now I have started to question this on a serious note. If being super submissive & introvert can be harmful for your work growth? Or do we all have to be an extrovert & street smart savvy to grow in life?”The selectors opted to include six pace-bowling options in the squad, which led to Chahal’s omission as a spinner. Despite Chahal’s impressive performances since 2021, including 29 wickets at an average of 26.62 in 18 appearances, the selectors chose Ravindra Jadeja, Axar Patel, and Kuldeep Yadav for the spin role.

Chahal’s positive reaction on Twitter indicated that he is optimistic about his future despite the omission. He shared a post using emoticons implying that he believes better times are ahead. Dhanashree Verma’s Instagram post and her expression of disappointment highlight the emotional aspect of a player’s omission from a major tournament. The decision to include or omit players is often a subject of debate and speculation, and the emotions of players and their families can be impacted significantly.

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Yuzvendra Chahal's omission from the Indian cricket team's 17-member Asia Cup squad has sparked reactions from both Chahal and his wife, Dhanashree Verma. While Chahal responded with a positive post on Twitter, his wife took to Instagram to share a "serious note" expressing her disappointment.

Chahal, a key player in India's limited-overs setup, was left out of the Asia Cup squad, leading to a social media uproar and disappointment among some veterans. Since the beginning of 2021, only five bowlers, including Chahal, have appeared in over 15 ODIs for India. While four of them made it to the Asia Cup squad, Chahal's omission raised questions.

Chahal's wife posted

Dhanashree Verma's Instagram story read, "Now I have started to question this on a serious note. If being super submissive & introvert can be harmful for your work growth? Or do we all have to be an extrovert & street smart savvy to grow in life?”The selectors opted to include six pace-bowling options in the squad, which led to Chahal's omission as a spinner. Despite Chahal's impressive performances since 2021, including 29 wickets at an average of 26.62 in 18 appearances, the selectors chose Ravindra Jadeja, Axar Patel, and Kuldeep Yadav for the spin role.

Chahal's positive reaction on Twitter indicated that he is optimistic about his future despite the omission. He shared a post using emoticons implying that he believes better times are ahead. Dhanashree Verma's Instagram post and her expression of disappointment highlight the emotional aspect of a player's omission from a major tournament. The decision to include or omit players is often a subject of debate and speculation, and the emotions of players and their families can be impacted significantly.

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