Arshdeep Singh revealed, the main focus on adapting to the circumstances
Young Indian pacesetter Arshdeep Singh said adapting to conditions is the team’s main focus ahead of next month’s T20 World Cup in Australia. The T20 World Cup will be played in Australia from October 16 to November 13.
Thiruvananthapuram. Young Indian pacesetter Arshdeep Singh said adapting to conditions is the team’s main focus ahead of next month’s T20 World Cup in Australia. The T20 World Cup will be played in Australia from October 16 to November 13 and Arshdeep said the Indian bowlers are ready to take on the tough challenge there. The 22-year-old fast bowler, who made a great comeback in the first T20 game against South Africa after a disappointing performance in the Asian Cup, said: “The main aim of our team is to adapt to the conditions and to perform well under all circumstances. that’s what they are.” Is.”
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“If we go there (Australia), we’ll see what the conditions are there. I want to do well there.” Arshdeep (3/32) along with Deepak Chahar (2/24) had toppled South Africa’s top order when India recorded an eight-wicket win here on Wednesday. He took an early lead in the three-match with the T20I series, Arshdeep said: “We tried to execute the strategy we made on the field during the practice session. Today (Wednesday) we really set a great example of good bowling in the power play and we will try to continue the same performance in the coming days.” will be the lead bowler.
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He was sent to the National Cricket Academy (NCA) adaptation camp after the Asian Cup and missed the three-game T20I series against Australia. Arshdeep said: “The goal for the past 10 days has been to refresh and come back strong and that has helped me with my bowling. In the absence of Jasprit Bumrah and Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Arshdeep took the new ball and shook South Africa’s highest order by three wickets in five balls.
Arshdeep, who made his debut against England in July this year, said he will do his best regardless of the squad. He said: “In the last days of IPL I was told that I was part of their strategy. My main goal is to perform well when given the opportunity. It’s my job and I don’t think too much about selection.” lamps. “It always feels good to get wickets in the beginning. Our strategy was simple and the ball swung. I got the ball in the right places and that worked for me.
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