Indian Test vice-captain Ajinkya Rahane has not had a good run in the longer format of late as he has struggled to participate actively with the bat in recent times. The experienced batsman’s place in the side was being questioned as there were a couple of players waiting on the bench.
However, the right-hander has come good at the right time as he scored a brilliant 100 against West Indies during the 2nd innings of the Antigua Test. While talking to the media, Rahane cherished his 10th Test ton as he credited the process that he trusts to improve as a batsman.
“It took me two years to get that 10th hundred. The process always matters to me a lot. Preparations before each and every series is very important. I was doing that throughout the two years, and yes, 10th hundred was really special,” he said.