Youngster to return to Mumbai in complete sentence suspension Syed Mushtaq Ali T20 Trophy with a brilliant earth Sau is said to bat their full attention so that he could return to the team.
After failing the doping test, the BCCI imposed an eight-month ban on SAW in July which remained in effect from 16 March 2019 to 15 November 2019. Having scored 63 off 39 balls in the first Mukabale after his comeback, Saw said, "Now my whole focus will be on scoring more runs and winning the match for the team."
Sav added a 138-run partnership in 13.4 overs for the first wicket with Aditya Tare (82 off 48 balls) to set up a big score that Mumbai beat Assam by 83 runs.
Asked about the return to the Indian team, he said, 'My focus will be on scoring runs. It is the job of the selectors to think about this. My job is to score runs and win the team.
It will be very difficult for Sav, who has played a century in the debut Test, to return to the national team as salami batsmen Mayank Agarwal and Rohit Sharma are in fine touch. When asked about the suspension, he said, 'I never thought that something like this would happen. Obviously I was disappointed. I was very upset for the first 20-25 days of the ban, I could not understand how this happened. My practice was banned till 15 September, so I went to London and started working to strengthen myself mentally. He said that during this time former Indian captain Rahul Dravid helped him a lot in the National Cricket Academy. He said, 'I had nothing on my mind. There was nothing they could do because of the ban. There I gave several fitness tests.