Parthiv Patel, the Indian wicket-keeper batsman, is one of those cricketers who weren’t able to replicate their domestic success in International cricket. Despite being given a lot of chances, he failed to make an impact which is evident from his batting average of 31.13 in 25 Tests and 23.74 in 38 ODIs.
While Rishabh Pant and Wriddhiman Saha are currently the favored wicket-keepers of the men in blue, Parthiv finds no reason to believe that he cannot return to the national framework.
The 34-year old is of the opinion that history is full of comebacks and that is how he stays positive about donning the blue jersey yet again.
Currently leading his team Gujarat in the Vijay Hazare Trophy, the agile cricketer revealed that he’s only 34 and hasn’t lost any hope. Parthiv isn’t a fan of taking external pressure as he is focused on the mantra of doing well in the domestic circuit to catch the eye of selectors. It remains to be seen how things fare for him in his future assignments.