Australia vs India 2018, Jasprit Bumrah
Jasprit Bumrah says he would access the conditions in Australia. Image Courtesy: Getty

Perhaps, the presence of Jasprit Bumrah for the entire England series would have made the impact on the result. The unorthodox fast bowler has been exceptional since his debut for team India in Tests. He answered all the critics with his stunning bowling display. Meanwhile, he speaks on the upcoming tour to Australia.

Jasprit Bumrah was initially considered as the limited-overs format material, but, the experiment to test him in South African conditions did the world of good for team India. He is already the owner of a couple of five-wicket hauls as well.

When I reach Australia, I will assess the wickets – Jasprit Bumrah

The Gujarat Pacer quoted he is not looking much into the series against Australia yet. He wants to focus on the next game rather than the games which are scheduled lately. Bumrah also feels going with high expectations might hurt.

Jasprit Bumrah, Australia vs India 2018
Jasprit Bumrah (Credits – Getty Images)

Meanwhile, he also spoke on the rest period against the Windies team. Bumrah feels getting off from the game will furtherly help to keep the body in shape and also helps to perform well when you make a comeback.

“There is always bounce there but Australia nowadays is known for high-scoring games well. I am not focusing too much ahead, I am focusing on whatever the next match I play. That’s always been my philosophy. When I reach Australia, I will assess the wickets,”  Jasprit Bumrah told to the reporters.

Jasprit Bumrah,
Jasprit Bumrah (Photo Credit: AFP)

”Because sometimes going there with pre-conceived notions and then it doesn’t happen, so you are in no space. I’ll go there, see the conditions and plan according to that. It is always good to have a break. Whenever you return from the break, the hunger is back, the body is fresh, you are up and running in good spirit,” he said.

However, it seems like Jasprit Bumrah has got a valid point in his kitty. It is always better to concentrate on the current rather than thinking about the future.

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