Hardik Pandya an Indian all-rounder, revealed some key details about his bowling | Which you Need know.: Hardik Pandya, an Indian all-rounder, has commented about how much of a bowling workload he can bear as India ramps up its preparations for the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup later this year.
Hardik Pandya feels his body is prepared for the increased bowling effort, but he will proceed with caution in preparation for the World Cup.
India is currently busy with the three-match ODI series against the West Indies, which is currently tied at 1-1, and Hardik is yet to complete his bowling quota of 10 overs in either of the two matches.
Hardik Pandya bowled 9.4 overs in both matches, three overs in the first and 6.4 overs in the second, where he led the side in Rohit Sharma’s absence.
Allrounder Hardik said:- Despite bowling in a limited capacity, Hardik has assured everyone that there is no reason to worry about any minor injury or his fitness, “My body is fine. I need to bowl more overs.” Will be there and will have to increase his workload for the World Cup.”
“I’m a turtle right now, not the rabbit and hoping everything goes right as the World Cup comes on.”
After easily winning the first ODI against the West Indies in Barbados, the Indian team was defeated in the second match at the same site as the hosts came back courageously.
Hardik Pandya Batting and Bowling Stats.