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Wriddhiman Saha has been India’s best stumper for past five-ten years, says Sourav Ganguly


Former Indian captain Sourav Ganguly said that Wriddhiman Saha has been India’s best gloveman in the past five-ten years. Saha currently is out of action after sustaining a shoulder injury.

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The 34-year old has been India’s first choice stumper in Test cricket following the shock retirement of MS Dhoni from the longest version of the game and has impressed many with his skills behind the stumps. Currently, he is undergoing rehabilitation after his shoulder which was operated on.

“He’s out of the team for about a year now, but I think in the last five to 10 years, he has been India’s best gloveman. Hope he recovers soon,” Ganguly said, at a book launch by a senior journalist.
Titled, “Wiki” the book traces the journey of a fictional character wicket-keeper who goes to make a name for himself.

The young Rishabh Pant, who made his Test debut in England got the nod to play as the first-choice wicket-keeper for the series against Australia and he would have Parthiv Patel in the team, as a backup option.

A veteran of 32 Test matches where he scored 1162 runs, Saha had last played for India in the whites in the Cape Town test match earlier this year. With no Test cricket scheduled to be played by the Indian team post the Australia tour, Saha’s future with the Indian team is now in uncertainty.

“Injury is not in your hands. Wicket-keeper has to dive and he got injured while diving. It takes a certain time to recover. The faster he recovers, the better it is,” added Ganguly.

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