Paras Mumbre, who was India’s bowling coach during his tour of Sri Lanka, has given an update on the fitness of Indian team’s all-rounder Hardik Pandya. He says Pandya is slowly getting into fitness. “Hardik will be able to bowl in the second leg of the IPL 2021 and later in the T20 World Cup,” he said. He said it was important to maintain the workload of the Pandya in the T20 World Cup. The T20 World Cup will start from October 17. India’s first match against Pakistan will be played in Dubai on October 24.
“We are slowly moving forward with the Hardik,” he said. I’m not going to push him in the number of overs. A lot has been put on them. We must build slowly. The World Cup is coming. He is going to play a very important role for us. Maintaining their bowling workload is important. Paras Mumbre has served as the bowling coach of the India A team and bowling coach at the National Cricket Academy.
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Mambre said he knows all about his batting. But if bowling is added to this, he becomes a different player. Working on every aspect of them. For the past few years, he has been having a back problem and that is why this India all-rounder has not been included in the Test squad.
In a recent limited-overs series against Sri Lanka, he bowled but failed to complete all his quota. “I am sure they will bowl in the IPL and decide what their preparations for the World Cup will look like,” Mambre said.