Premier India fast bowler Mohammed Shami underwent a high-intensity training session at home. According a report in India Today, Mohammed Shami had resumed training a few days back and regularly undergoing four hours of training at his home. He had also said that he avoids meeting anyone between 4pm to 8pm.
The Indian fast bowling unit spearheaded by Jasprit Bumrah, which consists of Mohammed Shami, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Ishant Sharma and Umesh Yadav has emerged formidable. Shami among others have improved a lot in the recent past. At present, the Indian pace attack, is arguably the finest in the world.
“I don’t meet anybody between 4 to 8 pm. That is the time I use to practice. I’ve put out a board outside my house saying no meet between 4-8 pm. I’ve told my brother that I don’t want to see even a single person around me when I’m practicing, barring the coach, my younger brother and a couple of other boys who train with me,” Shami had recently told on ‘Salaam Cricket’.
“Kabhi na himmat haari hain”: Mohammed Shami shares a video of his practice session
Mohammed Shami shared a video of his training on Instagram in which he can be seen bowling to a batsman with slips at place. The video was made on TikTok with a background music which said, “Na thake hai paav kabhi na hi himmat haari, mene dekhe hai kai daur aur aaj bhi safar jaari hai (My leg never got tires and my courage has never been defeated, I have seen a lot of difficult phases but my journey still continues strongly),” seemingly referring to his career in competitive cricket.
With the series against Sri Lanka and Zimbabwe called-off, Shami will not be seen playing international cricket at least till the end of August.