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    Emerging wicket keeper batsman for tests

    Dinesh Kaarthik is the one who has all the shots on his sleeve.
    He is the most stylish wicket keeper batsman ever played for India.
    I hope he will play for India for long years .

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    Quote Originally Posted by ramji_ind
    Dinesh Kaarthik is the one who has all the shots on his sleeve.
    He is the most stylish wicket keeper batsman ever played for India.
    I hope he will play for India for long years .
    I readily agree Kaarthick has it in him to be part of the test side for years to come.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ramji_ind
    Dinesh Kaarthik is the one who has all the shots on his sleeve.
    He is the most stylish wicket keeper batsman ever played for India.
    I hope he will play for India for long years .
    You mean like leap years, with 366 days? So who's going to fill in until 2008?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Voltman
    You mean like leap years, with 366 days? So who's going to fill in until 2008?

    And he seems to have rolled up his sleeves after he put his shots in them. Maybe someone should remind him to roll them down once in a while

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    I agree that Kaarthick has potential, but he has to perform soon, because Dhoni is breathing down his neck. I don't think Dhoni will be the best choice for tests, but I think his 183 may have clinched the issue for him.
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    Quote Originally Posted by honestbharani
    I agree that Kaarthick has potential, but he has to perform soon, because Dhoni is breathing down his neck. I don't think Dhoni will be the best choice for tests, but I think his 183 may have clinched the issue for him.

    Ya u are all the way to right . And more over keeping is more important in test matches . Dhoni is showing very good consistency in dropping catches and missing stumpings.So he cant be the right choice.



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