The role of Venkatesh, who spread the flames by opening in the IPL, is a bit different in Team India. Here he has to play the same character that Hardik Pandya used to play.
Venkatesh Iyer’s statement – My role in the team is a finisher and I am ready for it
South Africa (South Africa) Venkatesh Iyer in Team India for ODI series against (Venkatesh Iyer) has been selected. Left-handed Venkatesh plays for Madhya Pradesh and is often seen opening. But Team India (Team India) He is well aware of his role in He has agreed that in order to play in the blue jersey, he will not have to be the one to start the game but to be the one to finish it. That is, his role here will not be that of an opener but of a finisher. He has accepted this truth in an interview given to the Times of India.
However, whatever success the 27-year-old mighty batsman got in batting so far, he got it only in the opening. While opening, he scored runs for Madhya Pradesh in domestic cricket. But, in the second half of IPL 2021, due to this, there was a lot of headlines. He became an overnight star by showing his power in the second half played in Dubai. He led KKR to the final with his strong batting in the opening. The same success of Venkatesh Iyer made him get the ticket of Team India.
My role in Team India as a finisher – Venkatesh
But, the role of Venkatesh, who spread the flames by opening in the IPL, is a bit different in Team India. Here he has to play the same character that Hardik Pandya used to play. In a conversation with TOI, he said, “I have accepted the fact that my role in Team India is that of a finisher. I am ready for it both physically and mentally. He said that recently in the Vijay Hazare Trophy, I batted in the middle order. So this will not be a new thing for me when I come out to play for Team India.
Bouncy track tackle plan
When Venkatesh was asked what is his plan to tackle South Africa’s bouncy track? On this he said that I have played on many bouncy tracks. There are many bouncy wickets in India, on which there is a lot of bounce. So I will get the benefit of playing on that in South Africa.
The 3 ODI series between India and South Africa will start from January 19. In which KL Rahul will take over the captaincy of the Indian team.