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India WC T20 practice: Rohit Sharma and Co hit the net after the game against WA XI in Perth, KL Rahul Virat Kohli gets an extended session

arshdeep singh, harshal patel
arshdeep singh, harshal patel

India T20 WC Walkthrough – IND vs WA Highlights. After a warm-up game against Western Australia XI the Indian team started running online to prepare for the upcoming T20 World Cup. Led by Rohit Sharma Men in Blue went through lengthy net training sessions under the close supervision of support staff to adapt to the conditions offered.

After the game against Western Australia the stars of the India team worked hard on the net. Captains Rohit Sharma Virat Kohli and others were seen hitting the net trying to take advantage of the conditions offered. Kohli and KL Rahul missed Mondays first warm-up match after spending the extra time practicing.

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Kohli and Rohit combined well to play some sharp drives that eased the managements worries. Rishabh Pant was measured in the debate as he struggled to hold down a steady place in the team and struggled to maintain the momentum.

A special effort was made as the players tried to use the speed and bounce on offer. Players like Surya Kumar Yadav and Deepak Hooda could be seen pulling the ball off the front foot while Dinesh Karthik and Axar Patel played their own versions of the upper cut.

Meanwhile bowlers in Australia are bowling difficult lengths as they try to figure out their lengths. Bhuvneshwar Kumar Harshal Patel and Arshdeep Singh grabbed the outright title in the net and the trio set up Indias main chance in Jasprit Bumrah. Yuzvendra Chahal wrapped his arms like Ravichandran Ashwin.

Fielding coach T Dilip also took the team through a series of fielding drills as Rohit Sharmas team recently lost a few players. Focuses on finishing the low catch cleanly while also focusing on deep perimeter ropes.

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India will play their second warm-up match against Western Australia on October 13. The Men in Blue will then face Australia and New Zealand in an IC warm-up match. Rohit Sharma opened his teams campaign against rivals Pakistan on 23 October.