The ongoing India tour of England has proved to be a great learning curve for rookie Gujarat pacer Arzan Nagwaswalla.
Nagwaswalla was picked as one of the standby players for the England trip and the left-arm pacer, who earned the spot after impressing with his consistent performances for Gujarat in the Ranji Trophy, is making the most of the opportunity by learning from his senior pros.
The BCCI Twitter handle recently shared a video where Arzan Nagwaswalla shared insights on his experience with the Indian Cricket Team in England thus far.
According to Arzan Nagwaswalla, the biggest learning that he has got from his seniors this far is that he should always stick to his process irrespective of the situation or condition.
He also heaped high praise on the Indian senior players for being kind and courteous towards a rookie like him.
“The learning that I got from seniors so far is that stick to your process and keep following it, no matter what the situation or the condition is. It has been a very good experience so far. I have talked to almost everybody in the team. Everyone has been so polite and kind to me. I am happy for the experience that I have had till now and I hope to carry on the same feeling,” he said.
Nagwaswalla further added that he wants to match the level of fitness and consistency that the current team boasts of and once he goes back to domestic cricket, he wants to go one step ahead in his development as a fast bowler.
”I just want to improve each and every day. I want to match the level of fitness and consistency that this team has. Once I go back to the domestic team I want to be one step ahead,” he said.
Watch the video here-
Forging friendships 🤜🤛
Learnings from the tour 👌
Experience of working with seniors 👍
— BCCI (@BCCI) July 23, 2021