Bowling has been a concern for India during the Australia series. It has conceded 170+ totals in all four T20Is so far.
India women’s platoon fur trainer Hrishikesh Kanitkar on Monday indicated that the Board of Control for Cricket in India( BCCI) is in the process of roping in a full- time bowling trainer after the T20I series against Australia.
In the series, bowling has been a concern for India as it has conceded over 170 runs in all four games. In the first game, India failed to defend 172, while it conceded 187, 172 and 188 in the alternate, third and four games, independently.
Addressing the media on the dusk of the fifth T20I, Kanitkar said, “ surely, it’ll be helpful( to have a bowling trainer) and the BCCI is looking into it. I suppose we ’ll have notoriety good coming in hopefully, veritably soon ”
BCCI had appointed Kanitkar as the fur trainer on December 6, just three days before the Australia series, while the former head trainer Ramesh Powar was deputized to the National Cricket Academy in Bengaluru as a spin bowling trainer. But since taking charge, Kanitkar has doubled up as the head trainer.
Kanitkar’s part was just for the series. On Monday, the former India transnational remained refused to unfold whether he’ll be given a longer rope. “ Let’s finish the series first and also we will talk about the movables and all those effects. So right now, our job is cut out and that’s the game hereafter, ” Kanitkar said.
Though Kanitkar was appointed only a couple of weeks back, he’d preliminarily worked with the women’s platoon during its stint of Sri Lanka before this time. “ I was with the platoon in Sri Lanka for two weeks, so that really helped because now I know the girls enough well from that time, and more or less, it’s the same platoon, so that durability helps.
Is, I know what works for each existent. That’s made it a little easier. We ’ve been suitable to address a many effects that we could in such a short time, and effects are turning around, ” Kanitkar said.
“I suppose we’re on the right track. You can take everything off the rails and also do it and come back,( but) for that there’s not enough time. So whatever time we’re( together), we will use it. The players have a veritably good station ”
So far in the series, Shafali Verma has had good thresholds, while Richa Ghosh has surfaced as a finisher. Having known them for a while, Kanitkar believes that they’re growing in confidence. “ I really give a lot of significance to learning from each and every one of ourexperiences.However, it’s a good day, or commodity, If you ’ve scored a 50. No, it does n’t work like that. Every day you learn commodity and you use that to get better the coming day. It could be a zero, it could be 100 or it could be 20, ” he said.
“So that’s what I believe in and I suppose they buy into that and we’re enough foursquare about participating views so if notoriety has played well, also you know she should continue as I’ll call a spade a spade. But I ’ll make sure it’s positive. I ’m not going to be a critic or denounce them. It’s going to be commodity I ’m going to say which helps them so they understand me and they ’re taking it well and hoping to get better ”
The trainer also backed a floundering Jemimah Rodrigues and said that he’ll speak to India women’sU-19 platoon trainer formerly Shafali and Richa joins the platoon to partake his studies on what’s anticipated from the two in the longer run. Shafali and Richa will play the final T20I and also leave for Bengaluru on Wednesday.
India has formerly lost the five- match women’s T20I series against Australia after suffering a seven- run defeat last Saturday. But as Harmanpreet Kaur’s side gears up for the fifth and final institution at the Brabourne Stadium on Tuesday, it’ll be hoping to learn from its miscalculations.
So far in the series, the home has been unfit to seize the pivotal moments and that will be commodity that the Women in Blue need to be careful about. In the shortest format of the game, finishing a game in crunch times is the key, and barring the alternate game that ended in a thrilling Super Over palm, India has failed to do so despite coming closer to the finishing line a couple of times.
And given the fact that the platoon will travel to South Africa for atri-series, followed by the T20 World Cup in February, India desperately needs to ameliorate on its shy fielding, work on the lack of horsepower and also address its high fleck ball rate- three factors that bring it dearly in the ongoing series. Know More Women’s Cricket News…