Ishan Kishan: ‘I want to be part of all three formats’: Ishan Kishan aims for a comeback to the Indian cricket team | Cricket News

NEW DELHI: The 25-year-old Indian wicketkeeper-batter, Ishan Kishan, is determined to secure his place in the national team amid fierce competition. Kishan is aiming to establish himself in all three formats of the game despite recent exclusions.
“It was heartening to see Rishabh back in action. As far as competition goes, you love challenges and when you compete with all the quality cricketers, it enhances your game.And then when you make it you feel like you have earned it. I know it’s not going to be easy. But I feel competition gives you that feeling of satisfaction. I enjoy it. I don’t take any stress about it,” Kishan remarked during an interview with the Indian Express.

Kishan has played two Test matches, scoring 78 runs with one half-century. His white-ball cricket record shows promise, with 933 runs in 27 ODIs at an average of 42.40, including one century and seven fifties. In T20Is, he has scored 796 runs in 32 games with a strike rate of 124.37 and six fifties. But Kishan has not been part of the India squad since November 2023.

Although he was not selected for the Zimbabwe series, Kishan remains optimistic about the upcoming tour of Sri Lanka. Team India is scheduled to play three T20Is and three ODIs in Sri Lanka, and Kishan hopes his consistent performance will earn him a spot.
“I see myself playing in all three formats. I have done well in T20Is, ODIs, and Tests as well. I want to be part of all three formats,” he added, expressing his ambition to contribute to the Indian team in every format.
Kishan’s attitude towards setbacks and missed opportunities is one of positivity and forward-thinking. He focuses on the present, continuously working on his skills and preparing for future opportunities.
“Keep myself fit and prepare for upcoming tournaments. I am not thinking too much about the future. I want to stay in the present. At this point in time, I am only focused on how to become a better and different player from what I was six months ago. I will work on a few innovative shots and on my wicket-keeping. These are the important things, rather than thinking about what happened in the past and what will happen in the future. I am waiting for the domestic season to kick off. I want to do well for Jharkhand and then let’s see,” he said.
As Kishan continues to refine his skills, his aspirations of representing India in all three formats remain strong.

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