Exclusive: Tushar Arothe takes a dig on the players and BCCI after his resignation

Sabyasachi Bagchi, Kolkata: Indian Women Cricket team coach Tushar Rathore stepped down from his role with barely five months left for the Women’s World T20, Arothe, it has been learnt, has sent his resignation to the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI).

Xtratime.in talked with Rathore. He said, “We are now no.5 in the T20I and no 4 in the ODI. The players have to move out from their comfort zone to be the best in the world. I tried to improve their performances but, the players don’t want to practice harder. I think the COA also thinks that my performances are not up to the mark.”

He also took a dig on BCCI as well as he said, “BCCI shouldn’t encourage the players to take the decisions. The reason we lost the final match against Bangladesh in the Asia Cup was the poor performance.”

He also sent his best wishes to the women cricket team. He said, “I hope India will perform well in the upcoming world T20I.”

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