India's tour of West Indies: Out of bounds Denesh Ramdin reveals his 'average isn't good'
Ramdin has played 74 Tests scoring 2898 runs at an average of 25.87.
New Delhi: Ahead of upcoming India series, West Indies wicket-keeper Denesh Ramdin revealed that his average in Test cricket is not good enough, and he will not be part of the Carribean team when the two teams play four Test matches.
The 31-year-old took to Twitter to share what the new West Indies Cricket Board chairman Courtney Browne thought about his batting average.
Ramdin has played 74 Tests scoring 2898 runs at an average of 25.87. He captained West Indies in 13 Tests before Jason Holder replaced him in September 2015.
The wicket-keeper batsman, however, mentioned about his last two innings, wherein he scored 59 and 62 against Australia.
Browne, the former West Indies wicket-keeper, had replaced Clive Lloyd as West Indies' chairman of selectors in June.