Yo-Yo, the test which gained a huge popularity in the recent past when Yuvraj Singh and Suresh Raina failed to achieve it. As everyone is desperate to know about the test, recently, Dinesh Karthik who made a comeback in the recent time’s terms that it is easily attainable by most of the sportsperson. But, surprisingly, few youngsters failed to reach it.
Coming to the topic, Indian star, Sanju Samson who got the limelight during Indian Premier League 2018 finally passed out the Yo-Yo test thus being in the selection criteria race. In the recent past, the headlines on Sanju Samson failing to get past the Yo-Yo buzzed around and now he is all clear to get over the mark and is available for all the selections.
The Kerala batsman, Sanju Samson crossed the Yo-Yo bar of 16.1 with flying colours as he registered 17.4 which is better than many players. The clearance made him available for the selection in the National side with immediate effect.
Sanju Samson had a terrific season in the domestic circuit, helping Kerala top many charts. Although they got knocked out in the quarter-finals, his form earned him a huge bid in the IPL auction for the 2018 edition. He once again proved his mettle with a stunning display of cricket but unfortunately, the other departments in the side couldn’t help the cause for Rajasthan Royals.
He has been at his brutal best in the first half of the tournament by knocking the runs at regular will. His stunning display of cricket impressed one and all which prompted the selectors to call him for India – A and the better performance there would have opened doors for him in the senior team. But unfortunately, failure in Yo-Yo test saw him lagging to the other cricketers.
This tour of England could have served as the big landmark in the career of Kerela born Sanju Samson. In recent years, he has been hailed by many as the successor of MS Dhoni. Sanju Samson’s international career has once again could not manage to take-off properly. Although the young player may still get more chances in the future to come,