Jasprit Bumrah To Travel To UK For Expert Opinion On Stress Fracture

Jasprit Bumrah To Travel To UK For Expert Opinion On Stress Fracture

Jasprit Bumrah To Travel To UK For Expert Opinion On Stress Fracture

Much focus in the first Test in Visakhapatnam will be on the 32-year-old Sharma - a star of India's limited-overs teams as well as skipper of the Mumbai Indians who won this year's Indian Premier League Twenty20 tournament. "We have taken appointments from the best in the business when it comes to stress fractures", the official said. "There's a lot of senior players that are out of our system, our leadership group has changed completely, you've lost all your experience and those players". Time to grow new leaders, the next set of pacers, the next Hashim Amla.

"It is a good time to be involved with a young team".

"Hardik was left out of Test squad as he didn't fit in the combinations". Bumrah has been dominated out for a minimal interval of two months ranging from the South Africa Take a look at sequence until the tip of Bangladesh sequence, his first main harm break in his three and half 12 months worldwide profession. Captain Virat Kohli has also spoken of how youngsters wouldn't get chance after chance in the highly competitive Indian sides.

Du Plessis said the 2015 tour had taught him to handle top class spin bowling while the reverse swing shot can be a "real weapon" in South Asia. "We are not looking at a certain kind of display of batting from Rohit. And then either you can disappear or come back stronger". "Rohit is a rhythm-based player and if his touch gets affected, then it will be hard". He was highest wicket-taker of the series with 13 scalps to his name which also included a stunning hat-trick and a couple of five-wicket hauls.

Those levels of determination run deep and South Africa have prepared extensively for this tour. They have the best win rate (31.25 %) of a visiting team in India with minimum 10 Tests. South Africa even added local expertise in the form of batting consultant Amol Muzumdar to the backroom staff, which has added a different perspective to their planning.

"It is a different language, different mindset and it is really refreshing to have someone with local knowledge".

India's Wriddhiman Saha will be the wicket keeper in the series against the Proteas. He has been with us for a short time and we already have had some good conversations. There is very little expectation of anything but another drubbing, which may only spur du Plessis to try to spring a few surprises. So there will always be room for people to come in due to their performances. Following a disappointing World Cup campaign, the team is back on the road and also play England and Australia in the next six months.

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