M.S.K. Prasad, chief selector of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), has said that KL Rahul's form in Test cricket is a concern for the team, reports News 18.
He also said that Rohit Sharma will be considered as an opener in the test as well. Rahul scored 44, 38, 13 and 6 in two Tests against West Indies.
"As selection committee we haven't met after the conclusion of the West Indies tour. We will definitely take this (Rohit as opener) point into consideration when we all meet and discuss about it," Prasad told India Today.
"KL (Rahul) is definitely a great talent. Of course, he is going through a bit tough time in Test cricket. We are definitely concerned about his form. He needs to spend more time on the wicket and regain his touch and form," he added.