Hardik Pandya’s recent form has been excellent.AFP
It was an all-rounder. Hardik Pandya He finished his second day of training at the Arun Jaitley Stadium in New Delhi on Tuesday and was thrown into difficult yards. Immediately after concluding the press conference, the head coach Rahul Dravid He stepped in to oversee the operation and came out to train Hardik and adjust to the conditions ahead of the five-match T20I series against South Africa starting on Thursday.
Hardick first went through the usual exercises and warmed himself up for a training session that lasted about three hours. Pandya bowled along first. Bhuvneshwar Kumar And bowling coach Paras Mohambre stood behind the stumps to oversee the proceedings.
The all-rounder bowled softly at first and he himself came into action and soon he was all out. Mohambari was also seen giving him tips and as soon as the session lasted for 20 weird minutes, the pair started talking as soon as they finished the bowling session.
With the bat, Hardik didn’t have that long session and as the proceedings were coming to an end, Hardik ran a few laps and tried to make full use of the practice session. It is noteworthy that Hardik is returning to the Indian team after the T20 World Cup played in the UAE last year.
Speaking of betting, Deepak Hooda, رشبھ پنت, Venkatesh Ayre Everyone had good success on the net. Hooda and Ishan Kishan He also asked throw-down experts to practice pull-shot as the prosthetic pace attack is definitely ready to take out the bouncers at will. Kishan also practiced cut shots.
Experienced wicket-keeper-batsman Dinesh Karthik The bat was hit on the net and he faced like Bhuvneshwar Kumar. Imran Malik. Karthik was seen practicing aerial shots while Bhuvneshwar was speaking yorker after yorker on the batsman.
Arshdeep tried to master his yorker while Imran was seen bowling well and length. It was impressive to see how fast the ball was going out of Imran’s hands.
The first T20 between India and South Africa will be played on Thursday.
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