The Indian team leaves no stone unturned as they prepare for the upcoming five-match Test series against England starting in Nottingham on 4 August. Fans are expecting an exciting match as both teams are filled with superstars from the captivating match. One of the stars that everyone should look at is the Indian wicketkeeper-batsman Rishabh pants.
Pant has added new dynamics to his game over the past year or so and has excelled as a victim and a goalkeeper. His heroic deeds in the Border Gavascar Trophy 2020-21 changed his image forever as he became the favorite in the cricket world.
After the excellent tour in Australia, Pant shone in the home Test series against England and took his agility to a new level. While the Delhi boy is getting ready to show off his unreal talent in the upcoming red ball fight, BCCI posted a few snippets of his training while interviewing him, where Pant reflected on his journey internationally.
Pant said there were many ups and downs during his cricket career, but he learned a lot that helped him develop his game further.
“I think it was a great trip because there were a lot of ups and downs. But it was a good learning experience for me. As a cricketer, you develop, learn from your mistakes, improve yourself, get back on the ground and perform well, ” says Pant.
The 23-year-old said he continues to work hard despite the obstacles, which eventually paid off. Pant has talked about his performances in the recent past and admits that he is now happy to achieve the results he has always wanted.
‘I think as a cricketer I have developed more than I have done in the last year or so. You keep doing your processes right, but sometimes you do not get the result. But you have to trust your process and do the same thing over and over again. I just got the results, so that’s the happy part. ” Pants added.