Ajinkya Rahane goes back to drawing board ahead of Delhi clash


Ajinkya Rahane is “trying” to be the batter he was in his younger days.

Far from the arclights and perks of being an India Test captain, the Mumbai skipper has embarked on a journey of self discovery, without any specific destination. He feels it’s working well for him as 532 runs in five Ranji games, with a top score of 204 and an average of 76, would suggest.

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“I was thinking about when I first came into the Ranji team [in 2007]. I’ve gone back to the drawing board, trying to be the Ajinkya I was then,” Rahane told PTI on the eve of Mumbai’s Ranji Trophy game against Delhi.

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