Dropped M Vijay adds voice to communication issue with India selectors

Batsman M Vijay is the last player in India to talk about the lack of communication between selectors and players who have been eliminated from the team.

Vijay had achieved 20, 6, 0 and 0 in the first two races of the Indian five-game series in England. He was not selected in the XI for the third test and was eliminated from the team in the last two competitions.

"Neither the head coach nor any other person spoke to me in England after I was removed from the third test." Vijay told Mumbai Mirror . "None of them has spoken to me since then, I had a conversation with members of the management team in England and that's it."

Vijay was also not selected for the series of two ongoing tests against West Indies at home. His comments came after Karun Nair said in the last week that he "had no conversations" with the team management or with the selectors after he was removed from the team without having taken a Test in England. The former president of India, Harbhajan Singh, hit the selection committee led by the MSK Prasad and questioned his methods.

"I tend to agree with what Harbhajan Singh has said about the selection parameters," said Vijay. "I think it's important that a player is informed of the reasons for keeping him out so he knows exactly where he is in the scheme of things for team managers and selectors."

"As a player, it's very important that you get more of one or two games so you can plan better. Stability drives away doubts. Ultimately, one has to act and contribute to the cause of the team. "

Prasad said he had spoken with Nair after leaving him out of the 15-man team for the West Indies Tests, and told him to keep scoring. The Indian captain, Virat Kohli, distanced himself from the subject when asked about it on the eve of the first Test against the West Indies.

After being expelled from the Test squad, Vijay signed up for "Essex will play in the County Championship and did 56, 100, 85, 80 and 2.

The next Indian Test series after the one against the West Indies is in Australia, and Vijay hoped to return. "I'm preparing for the Australia series my way," he said. "I know the conditions there well, having scored about 500 races during the 2014-15 season. I want to be ready if the opportunity comes. . In Ultimately, what matters when you try to make a comeback are races. "

source:- espncricinfo.com

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