Hardik Pandya is working on revising his bowling campaign to gain the strength to bowl in international games and rule out further injuries to his back, a Times of India report claimed.
Hardik Pandya is currently one of the rare all-rounders on the Indian top shelf. However, his bowling skills have long since seen international eyes.
Although he only had back surgery last October, his lower back problems date back to the 2018 Asian Cup.
Hardik Pandya missed the home test series against the West Indies and a T20 series in Australia after this tournament.
Pandya played as an all-rounder at the 2019 World Cup but wasn’t looking for his best bowling. That year, he was rested after surgery from the only streak against New Zealand in January, just before the pandemic enforced hiatus. In the IPL 2020 he only played as a batsman for Mumbai Indians.
The absence of Hardik Pandya, the bowler, hurts India, which is forced to play five specialized bowlers with no backup when someone has a day off.
Hardik Pandya tried his best to level this in the first ODI against Australia on Friday. He gave the Aussies a big scare with his highest ODI score of 90 as he lifted India from a dangerous 101-4 to 308-8 and eventually lost 66 runs.
After the game, Pandya said he didn’t want to rush the recovery and was aiming for the long-term goals of being able to roll in the upcoming T20 World Championships in 2021 and 2022.
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