“I might be able to throw something new in this tournament, hopefully. I am equipped enough to do so. The two warm-up games (vs New Zealand and then Bangladesh) will give me an indication on how well I go in the tournament. It depends on how well my variations will come to fore. So, I’m just hoping that these practice matches can be put to good use and I bring something new to the table and give something new to the team,” he said.
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“I think my biggest strength is adaptation and seeing what lies ahead of me six months down the line. I don’t plan for the next tour or many tours coming up. But I see how the game is shaping up six months down the line, what sort of challenges the game will throw at me and how I can hit back at teams and players, how I can hit back at challenges in terms of rules and in terms of what are the formations happening around.”