Hardik Pandya I Hardik Pandya’s childhood coach disappointed after the all rounder not appointed as skipper got angry

Hardik Pandya I Hardik Pandya’s childhood coach disappointed after the all rounder not appointed as skipper got angry

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  • Hardik Pandya is on tour of Sri Lanka with the Indian team
  • Hardik Pandya has gone to Sri Lanka as a senior member of the team
  • Hardik Pandya’s childhood coach is disappointed that the all-rounder was not made the captain

New Delhi: Hardik Pandya made his debut in 2016 and has since established himself as one of the finest all-rounders in India. At one time, Hardik Pandya’s place was confirmed in all three formats of cricket, but now he is not returning in the Test team.

Hardik Pandya has not played a Test since the tour of England in 2018, where he took 5 wickets in an innings at Trentbridge. Hardik Pandya scored 532 runs in 11 Tests at an average of 31.29 and took 17 wickets.

Meanwhile, Hardik Pandya’s childhood coach Jitendra Singh said that the all-rounder has the improvement and maturity that he can succeed in Test cricket. He said in an interview given to Cricket Next, ‘Hardik Pandya can contribute. He has the technique and the improvisation and maturity that if given a chance, he can prove himself. Circumstances don’t matter to him as his technique is very simple and simple.

Hardik Pandya would have proved to be a good captain: Jitendra Singh

Hardik Pandya is currently preparing for the ODI and T20 International series in Sri Lanka. Shikhar Dhawan has been appointed as the captain in the absence of Virat Kohli. However, Jitendra Singh said that Hardik Pandya should have been given the responsibility of leading the team. This series will start from 18th July.

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Jitendra Singh said, ‘I am disappointed. Hardik Pandya would have been a better option for the captain as he has been playing for five to seven years. He has new ideas and is very energetic. It would have been a good investment for the captain, especially in white ball cricket.

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Jitendra also pointed out that despite getting stardom in the last five years, nothing has changed in Hardik. He said, ‘No, he hasn’t changed at all. He is exactly the same as he used to be during the under-16 club. He has taught me many things. If you are a good person then you are also a better cricketer. Cricket is a by-product of your character.


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