Hardik Pandya Shares Video Of His Journey “Through The Ups And Downs” From Struggling To Walk to Becoming India Captain

Hardik Pandya Shares Video Of His Journey “Through The Ups And Downs” From Struggling To Walk to Becoming India Captain.

With his recent performances, Hardik Pandya has been a revelation for the Indian cricket team. On Sunday, he partnered Rishabh Pant (125*, 113 balls) to help India escape a difficult situation against England in the third One-Day International in Manchester. After India were reduced to 72/4, Pandya scored 71 off 55 balls and shared a 133-run fifth-wicket stand with Pant. The partnership aided India in chasing down a 260-run target in 42.1 overs, allowing them to win the series 2-1. He had earlier returned with his best-ever ODI bowling figures of 4/24, limiting the hosts to 259.

However, things were not so easy until a few years ago. In 2019, he underwent lower back surgery. It had a negative impact on his bowling abilities, and he was eventually dropped from the team. Moreover, Pandya recalled to the team after a fantastic IPL 2022 season in which he led Gujarat Titans to the title. He recently led India in a two-match T20I series against Ireland.

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Hardik Pandya Shares Video Of His Journey “Through The Ups And Downs”

Through the ups and downs, with my people by my side. Woke up every morning raring to go, with the will to become stronger, with the will to become fitter and play for my country. Always grateful to those who stood by me, who encouraged me, who guided me pic.twitter.com/4gi32ijq1k
— hardik pandya (@hardikpandya7) July 18, 2022

However, things were not so easy until a few years ago. In 2019, he underwent lower back surgery. It had a negative impact on his bowling abilities, and he eventually drop from the team. Pandya recall to the team after a fantastic IPL 2022 season in which he led Gujarat Titans to the title. He recently led India in a two-match T20I series against Ireland.

He struggled to find his rhythm in the previous series in Ireland, but England brought out the best in him. “After the IPL, I returned to play the South Africa series. I missed one bowl and did not bowl in a couple of games. It’s critical for me as a bowler to keep bowling. So I wasn’t getting into a groove “He said.

“Even when I play in Ireland, I wasn’t getting the rhythm I want because I’m a control bowler. I don’t have many skills, you know, I get the batter out by opening him up and nipping the ball inside and all that kind of stuff, but I play smart. I attempt to outwit the batter.”

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