Now I will have the opportunity to interact on my bowling alley with Bumrah: Navdeep Saini

By Tapan Mohanta (Eds: A EXCLUSIVE)

Guwahati, January 3 () Navdeep Saini did not have the opportunity to share the new ball with Jasprit Bumrah in his six international games and it is not surprising that he is excited about the opportunity to choose the brain of the spearhead of India during the next series against Sri Lanka

Saini has so far played an ODI and five T20 Internationals, but Bumrah has rested or was out due to his low back stress fracture during these games.

Now I can share my weaknesses and deficiencies with him. I can learn more by watching him play. It will be a good opportunity for me. I'm really looking forward to it, Saini said in an exclusive interview on Friday.

The 27-year-old had a memorable last year when he made an impressive debut in white ball cricket, as he hopes to put in those yards to consolidate his place in a highly competitive bowling attack before the Twenty20 World Cup in October.

Our bowling attack is the strongest right now and that gives me that extra motivation. And that I have to work even harder to ensure a regular place, he said when asked where he looks in the Australian team, who will be heading to the World Cup. .

Known for his fiery rhythm, Karnal's man in Haryana impressed with figures from 03/17 on his international debut on the West Indies tour last year.

In four months, he debuted in ODI against the same opponents in Cuttack, when the 27-year-old was recruited instead of an injured Deepak Chahar injured.

I had prepared well for my debut game and, fortunately, that yorker went well. Hopefully doing well again. I'm just preparing my preparation, said the nervous rhythm about his 3-0-10-2 dream spell in Cuttack when he cleaned up Roston Chase with a mortal New Yorker and also represented Shimron Hetmyer in shape.

With Mohammed Shami rested and people like Bhuvneshwar Kumar and Deepak Chahar injured, Saini is part of the team for the three-game T20I series against Sri Lanka, followed by the three ODIs against Australia.

Saini is aware that it is very difficult to secure a place with so much competition in the ranks.

From now on, every game and series is important to me. If I do it well, I can also grow well as a cricket player and the team will also win. I don't think too far. I always take one game at a time and think about giving my best every time.

All my hard work was worth it and I had a successful 2019. It's about putting that extra mile back to secure my place.

For Saini, the challenge will be to strengthen himself mentally when the batters become offensive.

It's about becoming mentally strong. It all comes down to the fact that how strong you are mentally. You can work hard to be strong mentally.

Known for his burning pace with the ability to constantly launch at 140 km/h, Saini said his mantra of success is pure hard work and nothing more. It is nothing but hard work. That is the only secret. There is no other formula. It's as simple as that, he signed. TAP KHS KHS