T20 World Cup 2022: After an almost 19-hour flight from Mumbai to Australia to compete in the ICC T20 World Cup 2022, Team India has gotten the right to work. Before the net sessions, Indian players like Virat Kohli, Rohit Sharma, and others started warming up.
At the WACA in Perth on Friday, the players were having a lot of fun and joking about (October 7). Axar Patel, Arshdeep Singh, and others can be seen joking in a video of the training session that the BCCI published on Saturday.
Rishabh Pant and Virat Kohli can also be seen having fun while participating in the exercises. Meanwhile, the Indian cricket team’s lead strength and conditioning coach, Soham Desai, announced the team’s training schedule for the upcoming week or two.
He stated that the goal would be to physically and technically prepare the team for the World Cup during the next 10 days. “We simply began today with some games and running about to get a feel for the terrain.
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We took a lengthy flight. We’ve been on the road for around 19 or 20 hours. The objective for today is to spend some time moving around Perth. And working up a sweat “According to a comment from Desai in the BCCI video.
“The next eight to ten days will be extremely important for us. We are grateful to the team management and BCCI for granting us these 8 days. As we will use them to steadily improve both our physical and skill sets.”
Desai continued by saying that the goal of the training program is to break up the monotony of the bilateral series at home.
“The objective in Perth is to play on these wickets more frequently and to break up the monotony of playing two bilateral series in India back to back. Although The group will benefit from this opportunity to relax and develop the necessary skill set. That is the general strategy.”
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