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The 30 year old Indian spinner Ashwin is having a wonderful run in the international cricket in the test games because of him in 2016 team Indian has won all their test series, in the year old 2016 the 30 year old Indian spinner has taken 72 wickets for team India. 

After Sachin Tendulker and Rahul Dravid he is the player who won the ICC player of the year award.

But the spin bowler has seen a ot of ups and downs in his career so far as in the early stage of his career he was criticized many times because for experimenting and because of not bowling to the line and length after that he rely on his strength and now he is doing a impeccable job for team India.

The legendary Sachin Tendulkar and the former Indian cricketer thinks that Ashwin has totally changed as a player in the last two years and he has some maturity.

Sachin added: “In the last two years, Ashwin has changed completely as a bowler. He has become a complete bowler, who has got control over the situation and how he wants to approach a spell is completely different,”

“Earlier, I thought he was experimenting too much but now he is a matured off-spinner. We need to see how it goes abroad and wins matches for India and I am sure the way he is been performing, he will be able to do so,”

Not only has a bowler the 30 year old player is regarded as a all rounder, the 30 year old can bat also in the lower order and that helps team India, in many test matches he batted ahead of wicket-keeper batsman Wriddhiman Saha.

On this Sachin voiced: “I think we have a very good team, a balanced side. The strength lies in our batters being able to bowl little bit and the bowlers being able to bat. R Ashwin, who is batting at No.7 of No.8, has four Test hundreds then we surely feel that we have enough strength in our batting. Then the bowlers, both and Ravindra Jadeja, have done very well,”

About the Indian captain sachin said: “We are playing aggressive cricket, attacking cricket and producing good results. It is not up to individuals. India as a team needs to play well. Of course, you need a good leader, which I see in Virat Kohli. Obviously, his consistency in batting has been remarkable but you need the team to win matches to bring back the crowds and we have been doing that,”