Glenn McGrath, a legendary Australian speed bowler, is glad that Hardik Pandya is completing his allotted number of overs while he is in the city working with chief coach M Senthilnathan to develop aspiring fast bowlers.
Everyone wants India’s players to refocus on the T20 World Cup, which will take place in Australia later this year.
Pandya began his IPL bowling cautiously but is now frequently bowling his whole quota of overs. In general, bowlers who return from the injury start bowling slowly before starting to bowl rapidly. Some players begin to bowl relentlessly once more.
“Hardik must choose his bowling stance. He gets to decide that. He must determine what suits him best. When I returned from injury, I wanted to immediately start bowling at a high level with that confidence and without any fear” said Glenn McGrath.
‘He has got a good game plan: Glenn McGrath
Glenn McGrath, a legendary Australian speed bowler, is glad that Hardik Pandya is completing his allotted number of overs for India.
“Quick bowling is very much a sport of confidence, and I believe Hardik is a confident player. He probably benefits from good bowling when he is batting well. He is a two-in-one player because when he bats effectively, it helps his bowling as well. You want the luxury of him.”
“He is a strong hitter as well as a decent bowler and an astute bowler. He has a sound strategy in place. He almost puts himself in the position of a batsman,” said McGrath.
During the IPL 2022, Hardik Pandya dominated in all aspects of the game. Pandya scored a total of 487 runs at an average of 44.27, helping his team claim the title in his debut season.