The problems of communication between selectors and players are back. Earlier Karun Nair said the selectors did not tell him anything after he was dropped, another Indian batsman Murali Vijay has come out and said that the same thing. Murali Vijay was sent back home after the second match in England where he did not perform in two consecutive matches. Vijay was left out of the two-match series against the WIndies as the selectors preferred Prithvi Shaw and Mayank Agarwal because of their brilliant run in the domestic circuit. The Indian test batsmen said that he was not contacted by any of the selectors after the tour of England. Vijay told this to Mumbai Mirror after playing for his state team against Tripura in a Vijay Hazare Trophy game in Chennai. Vijay said that the only people he had spoken to were the team management during the England\u00a0tour. Murali Vijay is hoping to be on the plane to Australia and is focused on getting back in form before the tour which starts in December. Vijay played county cricket for Essex and scored runs which helped him gain a lot of confidence, Vijay hopes to score more runs for his team which will help him get back. Murali Vijay sided with off-spinner Harbhajan Singh who had called out the selectors stating that the parameters for selection should be made clear to the players so that they exactly know if they will be considered in future. Murali Vijay will be looking forward to doing well for Tamil Nadu in the Vijay Hazare Trophy and Ranji Trophy. Vijay is a very good batsmen who has an amazing record in Australia and has scored close to 500 runs (482) during the 2014-15 series. Vijay will be waiting for his opportunity as he has the ability to perform in Australia.