Former Indian off-spinner Harbhajan Singh believes KL Rahul should consider taking a brief vacation from the game to help clear his thoughts following another dismal run of Test form.
The manner in which the opener was removed in the second innings of the Delhi Test against Australia summed up his difficult situation.
Rahul attempted to push a half-tracker from Nathan Lyon towards square leg but was unable to knock it past Peter Handscomb at short leg.
The ball ricocheted off Handscomb's leg and was thrown into wicketkeeper Alex Carey's hands.
KL Rahul was inconsolable when he returned to the pavilion.
Here is what Harbhajan Singh had to say about the Indian opener in his interview with Sports Tak:
The manner in which KL Rahul left today demonstrates that even time is not on his side.
His statistics are insufficient to reflect his immense talent and potential. Given his caliber, these stats should have been considerably better,
and I believe that even a little hiatus would have allowed him to consider his performance and envision how he can bounce back.