Wicketkeeper Denesh Ramdin has indicated he will not be part of West Indies' squad in the upcoming series against India, which begins in Antigua on July 21. West Indies have not announced their squad yet, but Ramdin gave his fans a "heads up" on Twitter, suggesting the "new chairman" had spoken to him of his sacking.
What a rainy day,lil heads up for shotta 80 fans wouldn't be playin in test series vs https://t.co/ARBmbMneQx chairman says my avg isn't Gud— Denesh Ramdin (@shotta8080) July 6, 2016
Courtney Browne, the former West Indies wicketkeeper, had replaced Clive Lloyd as West Indies' chairman of selectors in June.
Ramdin has played 74 Tests and has scored 2898 runs at an average of 25.87. He captained West Indies in 13 Tests before Jason Holder replaced him in September 2015. Ramdin scored 59 and 62 in his most recent Test innings, during West Indies' 2015-16 tour of Australia, and alluded to those scores while voicing his frustration.
Last 2 innings over 60 vs Australia down under but not good to play anymore.— Denesh Ramdin (@shotta8080) July 6, 2016
West Indies have not played any Tests since that tour. In their last international assignment, the ODI tri-series last month, Ramdin scored 197 runs at 28.14, with a highest of 91 against Australia in Bridgetown.