Senior player keen on Ajit Agarkar as Team India bowling coach | Cricket News

MUMBAI: A senior player in the Indian team, TOI has learnt, is “very keen” to have former India pacer Ajit Agarkar as the bowling coach of the team till at least the 2023 ODI World Cup. The current bowling coach of the team is ex-India seamer Paras Mhambrey.
Agarkar played 28 Tests, 191 ODIs and four T20Is for India from 1998 to 2007. The Mumbaikar picked up 58 wickets@47.32 in Tests, 288 wickets@27.85 in ODIs, and three wickets@28.33 in T20Is.
The 44-year-old, who came close to being the chief selector before being pipped by Chetan Sharma for the post last year, is currently a TV commentator.
“The senior player, who plays a vital role in decision-making in Indian cricket now, wants an experienced hand like Agarkar guiding the bowlers till the 2023 ODI World Cup. Mhambrey is a good bowling coach and can look after budding bowlers at India A, India Under-19 and at pacers the National Cricket Academy,” revealed the reliable source.

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