Khaleel Ahmed, Navdeep Saini, Deepak Chahar and Avesh Khan, upcoming generation of Indian fast bowling, will fly with India team to England on may 23 for the ICC World cup beginning May 30. khaleel and Saini silenced their critique by performing in the Indian Premiere League 2019.
RCB spearhead, Navdeep Saini said, “The big gain is that IPL gives you a certain kind of confidence. Most of the players in this league are internationals. When we play with them, we gain in confidence and experience. If you want to get ready for the international level, then IPL is just the right thing.”“Virat’s backing ensured I improve as a cricketer,” added Saini, who plays for Delhi in Ranji Trophy.
India’s new find left-arm pacer Khaleel Ahmed, who has played eight ODIs and nine t20 international said, “A left-arm pace bowler is an asset for any team. A different angle is created for batsmen which is difficult to pick, as batsmen do not play them very often. Whenever a batsman practices, even if it is against a bowling machine, he sets himself up against a right-arm pace bowler. So that is why batsmen have to practice separately to prepare for a left-armer’s angle.”
Bowling at the nets is an opportunity to test themselves against the best and they will attack the batsmen and go for wickets said Khaleel and Saini.
The left-arm pace bowler says he has worked on the incoming delivery (to the right-handed batsmen) over the past few months. “I used to bowl the away going delivery but I felt I needed to improve on the incoming delivery which I did. It works as a surprise element,” Khaleel said.