Shikhar Dhawan on being abruptly relieved of his captaincy for the Zimbabwe Series: "I Wasn't Hurt,"

Shikhar Dhawan will lead India in the three-match ODI series against New Zealand . Dhawan will play for the second time in the West Indies ODI series .

Starting Friday in Auckland, Team India will face New Zealand in a three-match ODI series.In the absence of Rohit Sharma, left-handed batter Shikhar Dhawan will lead the team.Dhawan will play for the second time in the West Indies ODI series, first captained by the West Indies before returning to the home ODI series against South Africa.It is also worth noting that KL Rahul returned to the squad at the last minute after recovering from an injury, and was then named captain for the Zimbabwe series.

I am happy about it and it is a challenge.With a young side, we've won a good series.If I recall the Zimbabwe tour, KL Rahul is the vice-captain of our main squad, and when he returned, I was reminded of the fact that he was going to compete in the Asia Cup.If Rohit had been hospitalized during the Asia Cup, KL might have been called to lead.

I believe that whatever happens, it is for the best.The selectors and the team leadership gave me the opportunity to serve as the captain for the South Africa series.I never feel bad about it, he said.On JioSaavn.com, listen to the latest hits, and see how starting with options like himself, Rohit Sharma, and KL Rahul could be a pain for the team.I have to keep doing, even though expressing myself.

It keeps me on my toes and makes me hungry.Sponsored by Vuukle When asked how he ensures that mental health remains in tip-top shape in this digital age, Dhawan said: On social media, there is trolling.We're used to it now, and smart people know how to use social media.They know what sort of discourse will be on social media if they don't perform.It completely depends on our results.

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