The last few years have been sensational for Yuzvendra Chahal and Kuldeep Yadav. They have outsmarted top-class batting lineups to help India lift the trophies. The duo got a great understanding and also knows their strengths to make things fall in the place for the team. Meanwhile, the Chinaman bowler speaks on his working drills and practice for the Indian Premier League.

The flamboyant cricketer, who plays for Kolkata Knight Riders became the vital cog for them within few games. His heroics for KKR landed him in the Indian National Cricket Team to make things fall in place for him. Meanwhile, he revealed a few interesting aspects when he involves them.

I don’t like to reveal my tactics in nets – Kuldeep Yadav

The Chinaman bowler quoted that he will look after his drills and works on his game when he involved with the Kolkata Knight Riders. He doesn’t want to bowl much in the Net sessions, as it might reveal his tactics to foreign players.

Kuldeep Yadav, IPL
Kuldeep Yadav (Credits: BCCI/IPL)

”I haven’t bowled much to him! I don’t bowl much in the nets [during the IPL] so that I don’t give away too many clues. At the Indian nets, I do, but otherwise I prefer sticking to my drills and doing single-wicket bowling. I hardly bowl five overs and then move over to nets and just bowl at the stumps. Once I feel comfortable, I follow my drills,” Kuldeep Yadav said to ESPN Cricinfo.

I work on my basics:

Further, Kuldeep quoted that he wants to be in a good rhythm and work only when he feels like he lost his touch. He also explained that it would be a different task when he is involved with the Indian team. Kuldeep revealed that he needs to bowl a lot if he is in the practice sessions with the Indian team.

Kuldeep Yadav, IPL
Kuldeep Yadav (Credits – Getty Images)

”I bowl just about enough to make me feel comfortable. When you’re with the Indian team, you have to bowl a lot anyway, so when I have some time away from that environment, I focus on my game and my drills. Sometimes, when I lose my rhythm, I go back to these basics to become comfortable again. Sometimes our physio and trainers fear I bowl a lot. They know I will keep bowling a lot when on a break. They mean it in a good way, so now I listen to them,” he added.

Well, it would be interesting to see how things would pan out for Kuldeep Yadav in the next few months to come. The performance of him will make a major impact in India’s chances in ICC World Cup 2019.