Sehwag only managed a half-century in eight Ranji matches for Delhi this season. From wearing contact lenses to batting in the middle order, Sehwag virtually tried every solution to get back to form, but to no avail.

“I think he is happier with the ball coming on to the bat. If you have opened the batting for such a long time, it is a little bit difficult waiting in the dressing room, waiting for your turn to go to bat,” Gavaskar said.

“The best move for him would be to go back to opening the batting,” the former India opener said.

On Yuvraj Singh’s woeful form, he said: “In cricket, nothing is impossible.”

“You have one good season, you can come back. It is up to Yuvraj to show that he has got the burning desire. I think he has. For Sehwag too, nothing is impossible in cricket,” he said.


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