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Shikhar Dhawan Having a Ball With Family in Disneyland

Photo Credit: Shikhar Dhawan/ Instagram

Photo Credit: Shikhar Dhawan/ Instagram

With the Indian selectors deciding to bring back KL Rahul into the Test team, opener Shikhar Dhawan has a break till Virat Kohli and boys play out the three-Test series against Sri Lanka in the Island Nation. And Dhawan is making the most of the break as he is busy spending time with his family in Disneyland.

New Delhi: With the Indian selectors deciding to bring back KL Rahul into the Test team, opener Shikhar Dhawan has a break till Virat Kohli and boys play out the three-Test series against Sri Lanka in the Island Nation. And Dhawan is making the most of the break as he is busy spending time with his family in Disneyland.

Taking to Instagram, Dhawan has posted photos from his trip. While the first one reads: “Family holiday started..Disney land ..”

Family holiday started..Disney land ..

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The second one reads: “Enjoyed d rides with family!!! Tea cup ride a must!!! @aesha.dhawan5 @aliyah_dhawan ”

Enjoyed d rides with family!!! Tea cup ride a must!!! @aesha.dhawan5 @aliyah_dhawan

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Shikhar Dhawan came into the series on the back of some stunning form in the Champions Trophy, he struggled to get going in the Caribbean after the first couple of games. He scored 87 in the first washed out match and then followed it up with another fluent knock of 63, but was dismissed rather cheaply in all the other matches. He will also be disappointed by the fact he could not convert his starts into something big.

Dhawan did show form in the lone T20I that India played against West Indies, but the opener failed to convert his 12 ball 23 into a big score. Evin Lewis once again turned out to be India's nemesis in the shortest format with yet another magnificent hundred in West Indies' comfortable nine wicket victory against India in the one-off T20.

Chasing a competitive target of 191, Lewis smashed his way to an unbeaten 125 off 62 balls with as many as 12 sixes and six fours as the reigning World T20 champions knocked off the runs in only 18.3 overs. It turned out to be a forgettable day for the bowling unit after a sub-par total on a batting belter as Lewis notched up the highest individual score by a West Indies batsman surpassing Chris Gayle.