Team India’s Test specialist batsman Hanuma Vihari says that you must be completely confident if you want to play a shot in England.
Test specialist batsman Hanuma Vihari of the Indian cricket team has been included in the team for the final match of the ICC World Test Championship and the tour of England after injury.
In such a situation, this right-handed batsman of India said that you have to be sure about the selection during your shots in England.
This batsman, the Test specialist of the Indian team, shared the experience of Duke balls against the best fast bowler like Stuart Broad in England.
At the same time, he said that in India you can get away from it by pushing very lightly, or if there is no drive ball here, then you can drive away from the ball even during that time.
But if I had to play the same ball a second time, it is possible for me that I would have tried to play that ball for a long time.
This experienced right-handed batsman from India said that in the conditions of England, the Duke ball is going to present a lot of challenges. When the sun is out there it will be easier to bat.
But at the same time, if the weather is very humid and the clouds are desired, then the fast bowlers can get a lot of swings. I got this challenge initially during county cricket.
It is very cold here, so the ball can get a lot of help from the pitch. Let us tell you that Hanuma Bihari returned to the pavilion without opening an account after facing 23 balls against Stuart Broad in his debut Test match.
In such a situation, he said about this that I thought then that maybe the length of the ball is good enough to drive. But in England conditions, you always need to be extra careful about your shot selection.
The Indian team, led by captain Virat Kohli, has reached England to play the final match of the ICC World Test Championship against New Zealand and the five-match series against England.