Subramaniam Badrinath was on Monday named as replacement for Sachin Tedulkar who has been ruled out of the remainder of India's ongoing five-match ODI series against England due to a toe injury.
Tendulkar was carrying the injury for quite a while but the problem aggravated just before the opening match of the series at Chester-le-Street on Saturday, eventually paving the way for Parthiv Patel's last-minute inclusion to the playing eleven.
"Sachin Tendulkar has been ruled out of the ongoing ODI series against England due to a toe injury. He has been advised rest for four weeks. The All-India Senior Selection Committee has chosen S Badrinath to replace him," BCCI secretary N Srinivasan said in a statement.
Badrinath, who made his ODI debut against Sri Lanka in 2008, has scored 79 runs in seven one-dayers so far.
The Tamil Nadu batsman was also in the squad for India's tour of West Indies earlier this year, but failed to impress.
It has been a disastrous tour for India as many leading players, including Tendulkar, Gautam Gambhir, Virender Sehwag, Zaheer Khan, Ishant Sharma and Yuvraj Singh suffered injuries at various stages.