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Suryakumar Yadav

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Former Australian captain Ricky Ponting has compared Suryakumar Yadav to AB de Villiers and said that he also has the ability to hit all four in the field like the big South African and he will bat at number four for India in the T20 World Cup. do

Dubai. Former Australian captain Ricky Ponting has compared Suryakumar Yadav to AB de Villiers and said that he also has the ability to hit all four in the field like the big South African and he will bat at number four for India in the T20 World Cup. do Ponting said in the new episode of ‘ICC Review’, “Suriya (Yadav) has the ability to hit shots all around the pitch like AB de Villiers used to do. He can play all kinds of shots whether it is a late cut or a shot over the wicketkeeper’s head He can also hit the ground by sticking to it.

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He said, “He hits very good shots in the leg side, especially his flick at deep square leg is visible. He is a good player for both fast bowling and spin bowling.” Suryakumar has so far scored 672 runs in 23 T20 matches for India.He is second only to Babar Azam of Pakistan in the ICC T20 Batsmen’s Rankings.

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Ponting said: “He is a very attractive player and I am sure he will be in the team for several T20 World Cups. I can confidently say that Australian cricket fans will love his game.” Should be in four. I don’t want him to open the inning. I think number four would be the most ideal for him.” The T20 World Cup will be played in Australia in October-November this year.

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