India and Chennai Super Kings batsman, Ambati Rayudu, who has been in scintillating form in the IPL, has admitted he still dreams of playing for India and is working hard for it.
Meanwhile, Rayudu hammered 602 runs in this edition at a staggering average of 43. As a result, he made into the India squad for the England series, however, failed to pass the Yo-Yo test.
“Of course, I have not yet given up hope of playing for India. The dream of playing for India very much remains. I have been working on my game,” Rayudu said. “I hope to take the test again in the coming days and hope to clear it,” he added.
However, he will accompany the junior Super Kings squad that will tour England to play in the Junior International Academy tournament.
Rayudu said playing for CSK brought out the best in him, and he hoped to do even better next season.
“The franchise made me feel at home. The environment in the team, the warmth of fans, atmosphere and the team management propelled us to give our best. I must thank every player. I am happy that I could experience that feeling. I could express myself. We were in very good space mentally and that really helps. I hope to do better next season,” he added.
In conclusion, he admitted he wants to pass on his knowledge to the youngsters during his stint with the junior side.
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