All-rounder Washington Sundar, who returned to the T20I squad after a prolonged absence, could help him do well in the limited-overs series. Washington recently made a comeback after missing most of the game due to injury.
Wellington. All-rounder Washington Sundar, who made a comeback to the T20 squad after being sidelined for over a year due to injury, believes playing for England county team Lancashire has helped him fare well in the ongoing limited-overs series over in New Zealand. Can get Washington, sidelined for most of the last year due to injury, made a comeback in the home games against South Africa last month. He is expected to do well in the limited overs tour of New Zealand.
Sundar said before the opening T20 match of the tri-series against New Zealand was called off due to rain, “I have spent a lot of time in the NCA, it was a great experience playing for Lancashire before I got injured.” I have worked a lot on my body for fitness, especially on the shoulders. This right-arm off-spin bowler said New Zealand is one of my favorite countries. The weather and people here are really wonderful. Since moving here, we have enjoyed walking to restaurants and shops. We enjoy our privacy here.
During the opening T20 match against New Zealand, the players from both countries were enjoying football (a game like volleyball with the help of feet) in the rain as Sundar stood there and watched. When Sundar was asked why he is not playing, he said that six years ago I injured my leg while playing football and after that I never play football. There are many things to do apart from football.” On this occasion, talented opener Shubman Gill shared his memories of his first time in New Zealand. He said I came here for the first time during the U19 World Cup. I made my ODI debut right here in 2019.
I have many good memories from New Zealand. Every time I hear about coming to New Zealand it puts a smile on my face. He said I focus on scoring one or two runs by running along with hitting big shots. Because of which dot balls should be played less. I’ve realized that hitting a six isn’t about power, it’s about timing. I just don’t want to make dotted balls. I want one or two runs to be taken continuously, boundaries to be placed between them.
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