Rishabh Pant stated that while every moment he spends on the field is memorable, one memory, in particular, stands out for him.
In India’s forthcoming five-match T20I series against South Africa, Pant will be KL Rahul’s successor, cementing his place as one of the team’s constants in all formats of the game.
The Indian team as a whole pulled off a heist on Australia, winning the series in spite of the fact that most of their seasoned players were injured throughout the series and they lost the first Test by 10 wickets after becoming all out for a record low score of 36. All of this resulted in them and became the first team in more than three decades to defeat Australia in a Test match at the Gabba.
“There are many memories I treasure.” One is that every time I step onto the field, I get a different mentality. But the Gabba victory has to be one of my favourite memories. “Winning that series at the Gabba, especially the last match, is something I will remember for the rest of my life,” Pant said on the SG Cricket podcast.
Rishabh Pant also expressed his views on bio-bubbles:
Pant also expressed gratitude for the team’s lack of exposure to bio-bubbles. “It’s one of the most rewarding experiences I’ve ever had.” Hopefully, we won’t have to deal with them again. You have to continue updating your thoughts if you play 365 days a year.”
“You will not be giving your all if you are unable to do so. “As cricketers, we need to keep refreshing our ideas and working on our minds,” he explained.
Pant was a key figure in the historic victory, collecting the player of the match award. He struck an undefeated 89 off 138 balls, hitting nine fours and a six.