Cricket News: Sachin Tendulkar says “I don’t believe there is a technological issue”

Cricket News: Sachin Tendulkar is a Legendary Indian cricketer who has evaluated Shubman Gill’s career in whites for Team India. Moreover, Gill inspired one and all with his composure and technique within the 2020-21 visit to Australia. But has only been shinning in patches when it comes to the domestic ground. Shubman is scheduled to travel to South Africa with the team. Tendulkar believes the winner of the U-19 World Cup has the technique to succeed on the hard surface. The tour will thereafter include a number of fast-paced music. Moreover, Tendulkar mentioned that Gill does not have any major technical flaws to be concerned with. And Gill has been touted for a role in the middle-order as well. But has continued as an opener following KL Rahul‘s injury.

“When it comes to technique, different surfaces will test you differently. I think Shubman has an advantage as he played a very crucial inning (91) in Brisbane where we won the Test match,” Sachin Tendulkar said.

“He has had the experience of playing on hard and bouncy tracks and I felt that he looked pretty comfortable. So, I don’t think there is any technical issue as such,” Tendulkar added.

Cricket News: Furthermore, Shubman Gill was among the leading run-scorers for Team India in their tour of Australia. Despite missing the first Test in Adelaide. Gill looked at ease against the menacing pace trio of Josh Hazlewood, Pat Cummins, and Mitchell Starc. They are over the course of the entire series. In his short career, Gill’s conversion rate has been a source of concern. In ten Test matches, he has yet to score a century. Despite the fact that he scored four half-centuries.

Cricket News: Sachin Tendulkar says "I don't believe there is a technological issue"

Shubman Gill

Cricket News: “Shubman has started well and shown a lot of promise. The way he builds his innings, he has been good so far. Just that he needs to go further and convert those 40s into big scores,” Tendulkar said.

“It’s all about how hungry you are for larger scores after you’ve made it into that squad, which I’m sure he is. He simply needs to convert those starts and maintain his focus. He received good delivery in both Kanpur and Mumbai. Also, he is still studying and will undoubtedly take lessons,” Tendulkar added.

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