Australia's failure in the four-match Test series vs Australia is mainly attributed to the one-year ban on allegations of David Warner and Steve Smith's ball-tampering. But Indian batting legend Sunil Gavaskar has dismissed the claim. "It is not India's fault that it was without the Australian team David Warner and Steve Smith, Australia could have given them small restrictions, but it was thought that one-year ban would be good for Australian cricket, Needing to make an example, Gavaskar said in the post-match show that for anyone who brings the game to a dispute, for that matter.
The former captain said, "India played against them in protest and it is a great achievement for them."
According to Gavaskar, who separates Kohl's men from the earlier teams, they are their world-class fitness standards. He said, "It is not that I was part of the team that was not played to win, we played to win, but this team is at a different level in the fitness field and the captain has shown the way in our time, We used to use, remembering Gavaskar, do our different routines.
Meanwhile, former and current players with the administrators won series win on different platforms.
After the Sydney-Test draw ended, India won the four-match series 2-1, which won their first Test series win on Australian soil. In the series, India reached the margins by winning the Adelaide and then Melbourne Test. The only Test match was lost in Perth.
(With PTI inputs)