T20 World Cup: Rohit Sharma Says- Hardik Could Start Bowling Practice From Next Week For T20 World Cup

T20 World Cup: Team India’s vice-captain Rohit Sharma has expressed the hope that Hardik Pandya will start bowling practice from next week before the T20 World Cup. Let us tell you that Pandya has not bowled in a single match in the second phase of IPL in UAE this year. After which questions were raised on feeding him as an all-rounder in the T20 World Cup. Earlier, Indian selection committee chairman Chetan Sharma had also expressed confidence that Hardik Pandya would bowl in the IPL, but it did not happen.

Mumbai’s team has been out of the IPL tournament being played in UAE. Pandya batted here in five matches in which he did not appear to be in rhythm. After the statement of selection committee chairman Chetan Sharma, it was expected that Pandya would bowl in IPL matches but he did not bowl a single over here.

Hardik’s bowling fitness is improving

After Mumbai’s last match in IPL, Rohit told reporters, “As far as Hardik’s bowling is concerned, the physio and trainers are working on him continuously. He hasn’t bowled a single ball in the IPL. We play one match at a time. Wanted to assess his fitness keeping this in mind.

Rohit said, Hardik’s bowling fitness is improving continuously and he may start bowling by next week. Only the doctor and physio can tell better about it.”

Team has confidence in Hardik’s batting

In IPL, Pandya also disappointed in batting. He scored only 127 runs at an average of 14.11 and a strike rate of 113.39. Regarding Pandya’s batting, Rohit said, “As far as his batting is concerned, he will be a little disappointed but he is a great player. He has come out of difficult situations even before this. The team has faith in his abilities. I myself believe in him.” Have full faith in your abilities.”

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