A question will often come in the mind of cricket fans that what will be the difference between the personal life of an aggressive batsman and a batsman who has been able to dodge the opposition bowlers by standing firmly on the field for hours. No one can answer this question better than the coach. Indian team’s batting coach Vikram Rathor has given the answer to this question. He talked about aggressive wicketkeeper Rishabh Pant and team India’s unmatched batsman Cheteshwar Pujara.
Vikram further said- Now one cannot keep all 11 players in the team like Pujara or all 11 players like Pant, is it right? It is important for Pant and Pujara to have the right coordination to balance the win. It should help them maintain their natural form.
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Talking about Pujara’s style, he said- The challenge for me is whether I can convince Pujara to add one more shot to his quiver. Can I convince them to be more aggressive when circumstances demand? And can I convince Pant to learn something from Pujara? Can I explain to them that when the situation is like this, play a few balls comfortably before getting aggressive.