After being ignored for most part of the away Tests, this year, Jadeja finally got into the playing XI for the final Test between England and India. And boy, he has made a grand return with a brilliant four-fer in the first innings followed by arguably, his best Test knock of 86* runs.
That was the kind of all-round show India was expecting from Pandya or Ashwin but not Jadeja. Ranked no.3 in ICC Test rankings, Jadeja wasn’t considered when India played two spinners at Lord’s. He wasn’t even considered good enough in comparison to a not so fit Ashwin for the Southampton Test.
Clearly, team management doesn’t have much faith in him. Even in the ongoing Test, he was selected after Ashwin “aggravated” his injury.
For some reason or the other, the 29-year-old has been hard done outside Asia and West Indies. Team management considers Ashwin to be more equipped than him despite Ashwin's travails outside Asia.
Jadeja, a better package than Ashwin outside Asia
In last five years in SENA (South Africa, England, New Zealand, Australia) countries, Ashwin has 33 wickets at 41.45 against Jadeja’s 23 wickets at 41.13. When it comes to batting, the southpaw Jadeja averages 29.41 against Ashwin’s 23.84.
So as per the numbers, Jadeja is a better package than Ashwin. Even in India’s historic Test win at Lord’s in 2014, the Saurashtra all-rounder made an impactful fifty.
Ashwin missed golden chances at Centurion and especially, Southampton to run through the English batting. His bowling at Southampton was one of the major reasons behind India’s loss. Jadeja, who is known for his accuracy in hitting the roughs in India, might have done a better job than Ashwin, given he very well knows how to bowl within his limits than getting adventurous and trying too many variations even on a helpful pitch like Ashwin.
Better “current form” than Ashwin
Current form has seen even senior guys like Pujara and Rahane getting axed. But somehow Jadeja’s current form is measured by some different parameter, which is best known to Kohli and Shastri.
In 2017, Jadeja picked up 54 wickets in 10 Tests at an average of 23.06 while Ashwin scalped 56 wickets in 11 Tests at 27.59. Ashwin had more wickets but Jadeja ended with a better average. Batting-wise, Jadeja scored 328 runs in 14 innings at an average of 41 while Ashwin averaged 17.07 for his 239 runs. Clearly, Ravi Jadeja outperformed Ashwin as an all-rounder.
In the hardest fought series of 2017 that took place against Australia, Jadeja was India’s best performer and even named Man-of-the-Series.
And when it comes to fielding, there’s daylight difference between Jadeja and Ashwin. On current form, Jadeja was clearly more deserving to start Test series against South Africa and England but that wasn’t the case, and India has paid a heavy price for it.
Jadeja the batsman 2.0
Jadeja’s bowling has been undisputed in Tests but when it comes to batting, he didn’t live up to the billing after becoming the first Indian to smash three triple-centuries in first-class cricket. Since 2016, he has improved in leaps and bounds. The southpaw averaged 37.50 in 2016, and got even better in 2017, with his average breaching the 40 run- mark for the first time in his career.
The Ravindra Jadeja show at the Oval
It didn’t take much time for Jadeja to show his mettle. Yesterday, he batted with a temperament that most of the Indians have lacked thus far, showing great application and an overall control of 82 percent (as per ESPN Cricinfo) coming at a very difficult situation. Jadeja not only exhibited Test batting temperament but also showed he can take the attack to the bowlers and efficiently bat with the tail. His knock prevented England from gaining a massive lead.
With the ball as well, he took four wickets on a pitch that wasn’t the easiest for spinners. The left-arm orthodox dismissed Broad and Buttler when all else struggled against them.
In the last few days, Jadeja has displayed what could “have been” had he played earlier. Now, it is on management to decide whether they want to keep going with the struggling Ashwin or a dashing Jadeja, who fits not only as a spinner but is a better proposition, overall as well. Interestingly, anyone following Indian cricket for last few years could foresee that but the men who matter.
We are in that period of time where everything leads to one and only destination- the World Cup. The 50-overs World Cup has a charm of its own. Every cricketer craves to play the ICC megaevent while countries, for years, prepare themselves to strike gold in the cricketing carnival. It is the most-sought-after cricketing tourney. When the World Cup is around, the excitement and buzz is of different magnitude and euphoria.
The Men in Blue will be one of the red-hot favorites to win the World Cup. And one of their most lethal weapons or I should say, the man who can win matches on his own- Kuldeep Yadav will be in the spotlight throughout.
How good has been Kuldeep Yadav? For that, let's take a look at a table, which will help us asses that.
Leading Wicket-takers in ODI cricket since Kuldeep Yadav's debut:
No one has taken more wickets than Kuldeep Yadav since his ODI debut, which goes on to show good he has been.
Rashid Khan has mind-boggling numbers. But Kuldeep Yadav's wickets have come against far superior teams, which showcases his mettle.
Let's take a look at how Kuldeep Yadav has fared in home and away conditions:
Here as well, Kuldeep Yadav comes out with flying colors. He has shone through in away games more than at home, which is remarkable given how often players find it difficult to adapt to foreign conditions.
In fact, Kuldeep Yadav was one of the major factors behind India's historic bilateral series triumphs in both South Africa and New Zealand. He was exceptional in England as well.
Not only in ODIs, but the Kanpur-born spinner has been excellent in the shortest format as well. The wrist-spinner has scalped 35 wickets in 18 T20Is at an average of 12.97. His economy has been 6.72, which is again great for any bowler. In this format as well, no one has taken more wickets than him since his debut.
But despite being the best in the 50-overs format and T20Is, at least, statistically, the chinaman spinner has been, at times, shown the door, which defies logic and can be dangerous when India plays the World Cup in England and Wales, which starts from May 30.
Kuldeep Yadav became the talk of the town in England, right after the first T20I against the hosts, last year. Kuldeep had taken a fifer in the Manchester T20I. But, he went wicketless in the next game and was subsequently dropped for the third T20I, which raised many questions. But, then Kuldeep came up with his best ODI figures in the first 50-overs game against the Poms.
In the home ODI series against Windies in 2018, Kuldeep Yadav was overlooked for the first ODI. Indian bowlers got hammered all around the park. As a result, India were forced to bring back the unorthodox spinner in the team. He picked up three wickets on his comeback and wasn't dropped going forward in the series.
Even in the Australia ODI series, he didn't find a place in the series-decider. Yadav had picked up two wickets in the first ODI but he went wicketless in the next game, and arguably, the best ODI bowler didn't find a place in such a crucial match. Chahal was brilliant in Melbourne game but that in no way, justifies the exclusion of team's biggest match-winner.
Kuldeep, however, returned with four-wicket hauls in consecutive ODIs against New Zealand to prove himself for the nth number of time. Even in the New Zealand T20Is, he wasn't picked until the last T20I. And in the final T20I, he was the best of Indian bowlers.
It clearly shows a lack of belief in Kuldeep Yadav, which is quite staggering given his magnificent displays. In most of these instances, he has been dropped after going wicketless. It is quite difficult to understand why he is dealt with in such a rough manner despite being a consistent performer. He will easily walk into the XI of any team in the world in each and every white-ball game
His importance is much beyond what numbers say. He is someone, who takes crucial wickets in the middle-overs to leave the opposition reeling. In an age, when the bat has overpowered the ball, a player like Kuldeep is of immense value.
He picked up 17 wickets in six games in South Africa, nine wickets in three games against England, eight wickets in four games against Black Caps when it comes to ODIs, which is par excellence. Kuldeep has been the architect of many Indian victories.
But the way Kohli and team management treat him at times, it won't be a surprise if they drop him for the semi-final or the final (in case India makes it) just because of one or two average games.
Kuldeep is going to be critical to India's hopes in the World Cup. If Kohli and team management keep messing up with him, not only it will impact his confidence but also India's chances to get back the World Cup trophy in India.
Team India is back home after a long tour of Australia and New Zealand. The visitors defeated Australia in the Tests and ODIs while drew the T20I series.
Men in blue won the ODI series against New Zealand while they lost the T20 series. Many of the players were spotted at the airport. After bidding good bye to each other, they headed in different directors before they resemble for the limited overs series against Australia.
Kuldeep Yadav shared a picture of himself along with Yuzvendra Chahal, Rishabh Pant and Khaleel Ahmed. “After a long and grueling tour, time to head back home with loads of happy memories to cherish," he wrote.
They were spotted at the airport and even shared an Instagram story with the fans.
Rohit Sharma was seen playing with his daughter Samaira after returning from New Zealand.
He posted a picture of enjoying South Indian food at home. His better half Dipika also shared a pic of Karthik relaxing at home.
He was seen at the airport after returning back from New Zealand. The former skipper won the man of the series award against Australia in ODIs.
Former fielding coach of Mumbai Indians Jonty Rhodes is regarded as the best fielder of all time. In a recent interview with the governing body of international cricket, he revealed the names of top five fielders of all time. He included one player each from Australia, India, England and two from South Africa. He gave fifth spot to former Australian all-rounder Andrew Symonds, followed by English player Paul Collingwood. The second and third place went to AB de Villiers and Herschelle Gibbs respectively. He kept Suresh Raina at the number one spot.
Talking about Raina, Rhodes said “I’ve been a massive fan of Suresh Raina ever since he started to play. I know what the conditions of the fields are in India, and every time he practices, every time he dives, it’s gonna be so much of heat. He doesn’t even give a second hesitation of should I have dived or shouldn't have dived.
"He goes for the ball which pretty much what my philosophy is, 'if you don't go, you'll never know' and he has done that. He has taken great catches in the slips and in the outfield and in the circle. I have loved watching Suresh Raina. He is my number one fielder."
Rahul Dravid, the former Indian skipper, has played a key role in shaping the careers of Prithvi Shaw, Hardik Pandya, Mayank Agarwal, Rishabh Pant and many other. The coach of India A and U-19 team is doing a phenomenal job since agreeing to coach the young guns of India. Team India is beating teams outside its own territory and the credit goes to Rahul Dravid, who has unearthed a lot of match winners in the last few years. Taking a leaf out of India's recent success, Pakistan Cricket Board has decided to appoint former players as coaches to groom young players. They have decided to rope in Younis Khan as the coach and manager of their U-19 side.
“Australia utilized the services of their top players like Rodney Marsh, Allan Border and Ricky Pointing while India has also given Dravid the responsibility of manning their under-19 players and it has produced good results,” PCB chairman Ehsan Mani was quoted as saying in a PTI report.
"We also need to have classes for our players as they go on to become ambassadors for the country. They will be given grooming and education at the National Cricket Academy. We should have attached our own coaches with foreign coaches just like India did so that they could have also learnt a lot more", he added.
Apart from Younis, Mohammad Yousuf is in line to become the batting coach at the National Cricket Academy in Lahore.
Suresh Raina has blasted all those who are spreading fake news of his death, terming the whole thing unfortunate. Several videos and reports have claimed that Indian cricketer died in a road accident.
He took to twitter to update followers about his well-being.
"Past few days there has been fake news of me being hurt in a car accident. The hoax has my family & friends deeply disturbed. Please ignore any such news; with god's grace I'm doing absolutely fine. Those @youtube channels have been reported & hope strict actions will be taken soon," Raina wrote on Twitter.
He played a key role in Chennai Super Kings' title win in the last edition of the Indian Premier League. The left hand batsman amassed 445 runs for yellow brigade in 2018. Suresh Raina is the only player in the history of the league to score 300 plus runs in all 11 editions so far.
A report in Mumbai Mirror suggests that the former Indian skipper is likely to be rested to include Dinesh Karthik and Rishabh Pant in the upcoming T20 series against Australia. MS Dhoni is sure shot of representing India in the World Cup while there is a race between Rishabh Pant and Dinesh Karthik to fill the remaining one spot for reserve wicketkeeper.
Kuldeep Yadav and Yuzvendra Chahal could be rested considering their workload in international arena. Jasprit Bumrah, who was rested from the ODI series against Australia and the entire New Zealand tour, is expected to lead the attack in absence of Bhuvneshwar Kumar and Mohammed Shami.
Keeping the hectic schedule in mind, the national selectors are expected to rest senior players like Rohit Sharma and Shikhar Dhawan. KL Rahul and Ajinkya Rahane are likely to be recalled in their absence.
MS Dhoni is one of the most popular figures in the world of cricket. His popularity in the Indian dressing room is akin to a cult figure. And why it wouldn't be like that? He is the only captain in cricket history to lead his country to triumphs in all the ICC events- World Cup, T20 World Cup, Champions Trophy. And not to forget that he has also won IPL and Champions League T20.
Vijay Shankar got a call-up in the Indian team after Hardik Pandya was called back home from India's tour of Australia. Shankar impressed one and all with his batting in ODI and T20I series against New Zealand. And he is the latest addition to MS Dhoni's admiration club.
“I was happy to be around with the seniors. Just watching them prepare for matches and learning. Moreover, I learnt a lot by watching Dhoni during run chases. I learnt a lot about how to pace an innings, especially during chases. I learnt about his mindset,” Shankar told PTI.
“It was a great experience to share the dressing room with names like Virat Kohli, MS Dhoni, Rohit Sharma. It is important to watch and learn from the seniors in the team,” Shankar added.
After beating England in the Test series, Jason Holder, the Windies skipper, has stated that his side's main goal is to become the world's number one team. Although, England won the third Test but the home team was a better side throughout the series.
“We have got to keep improving in the three facets of the game and be clinical and lot more consistent,” said Holder.
“Our bowlers have done an outstanding job. It is up to our batsmen to contribute more.
“We need to continue to build and not rest on our laurels. Our number one goal is to be the number one team in the world so there is a lot to improve on.”
Roston Chase was the only player, who batted exceptionally well for West Indies in the last Test matches. He scored an unbeaten 102 in the second innings of the match.
“I had a chat with Roston before his innings,” said Holder.
“He was a little disheartened with his dismissals in this series so it is good to see him knuckle down and get some runs, especially in the context of the day. It would have been easy for us to be rolled over.”
Moin Khan, who was part of the World Cup winning Pakistan team in 1992, has backed the current squad under Sarfraz Ahmed to defeat India for the first time in the World Cup. He stated conditions in England are suitable for Pakistan and they showed that in the Champions Trophy finale where they beat India two years ago. Pakistan have never thumped Men in Blue at a World Cup in their past six meetings.
"This present team is very capable of recording a first win over India in a World Cup because there is talent, there is depth and variety and Sarfraz Ahmed has now gelled the squad well," said Moin, who featured in two India vs Pakistan clashes at World Cup in 1992 and 199, in conversation with GTV News channel on Tuesday night. "I say this because our boys beat them (India) in the Champions Trophy two years back and I just feel that in English conditions in June we have better bowlers."
Despite his prediction, he is backing India and England to do well in the showpiece event.
"This should be a very interesting World Cup and I am backing Pakistan to beat India. Our boys are in good spirits and it is good they will go into the competition after having played ODI matches against South Africa, Australia and England," he said.
As a player, the one thing that matters a great deal to anyone is the faith of your captain. In cricket, the role of captain is more crucial given how much command he exerts over the team. So, if a captain has faith in your abilities you are able to focus on the task in hand than on other things going around.
IPL has played a major role in the growth and development of Jasprit Bumrah. He is one of the shining stars of Mumbai Indians and has done exceptionally well under the captaincy of Rohit Sharma.
Jasprit Bumrah has shed light on Rohit Sharma the captain and revealed his special quality as a leader.
“He's seen me before I was an India player and he's seeing me now. He's seen phases that I've been through. The thing with Rohit is, he's never been different with me. He used to back me with a lot of space then and he does it now. He'll come, ask me what I see or believe in, set the field accordingly and then keeps backing me up all the time. Some days it works, some days it doesn't but it's always so reassuring,” said the 25-year-old.
Tim Paine had asked Rishabh Pant to babysit his kids while he was away with Mrs. Paine. The on-field banter was completed when the Indian wicketkeeper batsman actually got himself clicked with Paine’s kids and wife during Team India’s visit to Australia’s Prime Minister House.
Keeping this hilarious episode alive, Star Sports, the official broadcaster of the upcoming T20 and ODI series between India and Australia, came up with a new advertisement featuring Virender Sehwag. The former Indian opener is seen playing with kids, who have been dressed in the Australian jersey as he says: "Jab hum Australia gaye the, toh unhone poocha tha babysitting karoge? Humne kahaa sabke sab aajaao. Zaroor karenge."
Rishabh Pant gave his reaction on the TV commercial for the upcoming India-Australia limited overs series.
"Viru paaji showing me how to be better at cricket and babysitting — an inspiration always! @StarSportsIndia @virendersehwag,” he wrote.
Earlier, Matthew Hayden had warned the Indians after watching Sehwag's advertisement.
#BeWarned Never take Aussie's for a joke Viru Boy @virendersehwag @StarSportsIndia Just remember who's baby sitting the #WorldCup trophy."
Being a professional sportsperson is an arduous task. Yes, it does bring a lot of fame and name but it also opens you up to this harsh world of critics and fanatics. Not everyone can take criticism in their stride properly. But Indian pacer, Jasprit Bumrah said he doesn't pay heed to what people think, write and say about him and his action. The top Indian pacer opened up on a variety of things in an interview with TOI.
He gleefully went on to recall the wonderful year that 2018 was for him and also how small joys mean the world to him. He said, "Debut in Cape Town, a series win in Australia – what can be more wonderful than that? Now that I look back, small things that happened between spells, between innings, how wonderfully I got to learn with each passing game. The first innings in Cape Town for instance, I bowled, learnt what kind of line was required there, what the conditions demanded. And then coming back in the second innings keeping those aspects in mind, doing what was required – that is what I cherish.”
Bumrah also revealed how he surprised the English team in the UK, last year. “The third Test in England, Trent Bridge. I had missed the first two Tests and was making a comeback and there was so much talk already – in the England camp – they’d seen some videos, there was some analysis and all they did and there were experts there who said ‘this guy has only one type of delivery’, etc.
“Some claimed I only had an away delivery for left-handers. I said fine, if this is what they’re thinking, then I have a bit of an advantage here. Because they don’t know that I have an out-swinger as well. I remember I was bowling to Keaton Jennings and I started with two away deliveries. I teased him by moving slightly over the wicket before bringing one back in slightly. It turned out to be just enough. Small joys are the best ones, said Bumrah.
So England finally pulled one back by winning the third and final Test against the West Indies by 232 runs. Call it salvaging their pride, a consolation win or a booby prize at least they did not lose the series 2-0 or 3-0 and a 2-1 defeat sounds relatively better. It still constitutes an upset result as it should when a team ranked No 3 loses to a team ranked No 8. England have subsequently slipped to No 5 following the loss in the Caribbean even as West Indies remain at No 8.
Even now when one looks at the team personnel it is hard to accept that England went down in the contest. On paper they had the stronger batting line-up, the more incisive bowling attack and vastly more experience. The difference was that they did not live upto their exalted status while the West Indians played above their potential. How much Jason Holder was responsible for their success can be gauged by the one simple fact that he was not around for the third Test due to his suspension and England emerged victorious.
There little doubt that Holder is the kind of captain who can steer the West Indies to greater deeds. He is a born leader and the main credit for the West Indian performance should go to him. Actually the West Indies are in the process of building a very good team and one can only see them go now from strength to strength. Whether it can lead to a full resurgence in West Indian cricket is a moot point but clearly the victory against England is not going to be a one off and opponents will now be wary of them.
For England disappointing as the result must be they can take the confidence of the victory in the final Test to their next big assignment – the Ashes campaign in England. They have weaknesses particularly in the batting and it was this department that let them down against the West Indies even as the bowling remain strong. England can also take heart from the fact that the last Ashes series they lost in England was way back in 2001. But Australia with Steve Smith and David Warner back will be formidable opposition. However that’s in the future. For the moment England will have mixed emotions at the end of the Test series in the Caribbean.
There was an incident on the field between players of opposing teams. In the spirit of bonhomie, it is perhaps right to follow the adage of what happens on the field stays on the field. Joe Root, the England captain, decided to employ the same policy when asked about his exchange with a heated Shannon Gabriel, the fast bowler in the West Indies ranks.
Already a captain down, the West Indies were missing a key figure in Jason Holder who, despite his heroics in the Test series that the hosts won in a decade, had to sit out the third Test in St. Lucia because of the penalty for slow over rate on the part of the West Indies. Perhaps the scenario where England had the upper hand for the first time in three Tests – albeit in the dead rubber of a match, Root’s dominance and century got under the skin of the fast bowler. Without their regular skipper, it could be argued that the West Indies were dangerously crossing the line when the umpires stepped in.
While it is commendable that Root took note of Gabriel’s passion for the game and decided not to make the matter public and thereby, perhaps worse, while there is a sportsman’s spirit in play at hand, what cannot be overlooked is that these sportsmen are, also, in the privileged position of being seen as role models the world over. Enjoying cult success a la movie stars and celebrities, sportspersons have an important responsibility to set an example on the field and off it.
It speaks directly to the kind of backlash India’s Hardik Pandya and Pakistan’s captain, Sarfraz Ahmed, faced for not being sensitive to issues of race and colour. In that same light, it only behooves that as public figures in the limelight and in the age of social media, players are more mindful of how they are perceived in the larger world.
Although apparently there is no direct evidence to Gabriel’s utterances, Root’s response about ‘being gay is not a bad thing’ has been seen as evidence enough. That the umpires felt the need to step in suggests that there was every danger of the matter escalating beyond control. There is a reason why the bragging comments made by Pandya on a salacious television chat show, or insensitive ones made by Sarfraz in his role as a wicket keeper behind the stumps in South Africa came under a heavy barrage of criticism. Although none of these players have been dubbed racist per se, their comments certainly allude to a lack of education in sensitivity training and although one would not attribute labels to Shannon Gabriel yet, he must be made to realize that even one off-the-cuff comment could be enough to label him with monikers he would not be too proud of.
Cricketers, like all other sportspersons around the world, inherently carry the responsibility for what they do and what they say. Even a player of the caliber of Virat Kohli, at the height of his successes and performances on the field, was not spared on social media for his shocking statements in response to fans preferring foreign cricketers. It just goes to show that the world is a more aware place, that political correctness has perhaps taken on the garb of public vigilantism in the age of social media and there is a need for cricketers to not only uphold the game but also, uphold themselves and take responsibility so they can then evolve into instruments and catalysts for change.
After their early years racing each other in karts, Marcus Ericsson and Felix Rosenqvist took very different paths chasing checkered flags around the globe before finally landing in the United States.
Now they represent a "Swedish invasion" of IndyCar as two series rookies with vast experience and big expectations heading into the 2019 season.
"I hadn't seen Marcus is like five years. Since we started racing cars, we've never been in the same series," Rosenqvist said Tuesday at IndyCar testing at the Circuit of the Americas. "We've taken all kinds of weird roads and now we are here in the same place. It's quite fun."
They even live in the same apartment building in Indianapolis, where Ericsson and his girlfriend recently hosted Rosenqvist for a "taco Tuesday."
Not meatballs or pickled herring?
"Tacos are like the Swedish national dish," Rosenqvist laughed.
Ericsson, 28, is just the latest driver to come to IndyCar from Formula One, where seats are scarce and victories are rare if not impossible for drivers not on the top three teams. Few have made the transition better than Andretti Autosport's Alexander Rossi, who won the Indianapolis 500 as a rookie in 2016 and finished second in the championship last season.
Ericsson toiled for five years with F1's Caterham and Alfa Romeo Sauber teams, with no wins or podiums in 97 race starts before losing his F1 seat after last season when Alfa Romeo signed former world champion Kimi Raikkonen.
Ericsson needed a new start. IndyCar, with its more competitive field, friendlier paddock and history of drivers making successful moves from F1, looked very attractive. And it had built-in appeal in Sweden with popular former drivers like Stefan Johansson and Kenny Brack, the only Swedish driver to win the Indianapolis 500, in 1999.
"I think people (in Sweden) are a little bit tired of F1. Everyone has followed Marcus's career closely and you saw what it means to be in a midfield team. You cannot win races, it's impossible," Rosenqvist said. "Marcus joining here, me joining here, with chances to win races and score podiums, I think people are really excited."
Ericsson said he quickly embraced the "open" environment of IndyCar compared to F1, from the relationships between drivers to the interaction with fans at the track.
"It's a fun series. Very open, like a family," Ericsson said. "Everyone is racing. Everyone has a chance. It feels like a series on the up."
Rosenqvist, 27, was chasing his own F1 dreams when he won the Formula 3 championship in 2015. He also raced Formula E from 2016-2018, where he won twice. It was a partial season in Indy Lights in 2016 — three wins in 10 races — that kindled the IndyCar fire for him.
"When I did Indy Lights, I told everyone that I would be back one day," Rosenqvis said. "That had been a dream of mine to drive IndyCar."
Their talent behind the wheel and the teams they joined have created expectations both will make an immediate impact.
Rosenqvist joined the powerful Chip Ganassi Racing team where teammate Scott Dixon has won five IndyCar championships, including last season. Ericsson is with Arrow Schmidt Peterson Motorsports.
Dixon predicted this week that Rosenqvist could make an impact similar to that made by Robert Wickens in 2018, when the Canadian driver was rookie of the year with four pole positions before he was badly injured in a crash in Pocono in August.
"I'm not here to play around," Rosenqvist said. "I'm here to win and I think it's more a question of when rather than if."
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