India’s batsman Suryakumar Yadav made his one-day debut in the first match of the three-match ODI series against Sri Lanka on Sunday in Colombo. Ishaan Kishan also made his one-day debut in this match, scoring 59 runs off 42 balls. Shikhar Dhawan scored 31 runs off 20 balls to give India a seven-wicket win. When asked about the role of finisher in the team, Yadav said that the work he has been doing for the past two years and that he is preparing for the Nets.
This is for my mother, father, sister, my wife, my coach and all my well-wishers.
We dreamed – we waited together – we were filled together pic.twitter.com/we0lAzqPve
– Surya Kumar Yadav (@surya_14kumar) March 14, 2021
During a conversation with a middle-order batsman, the broadcaster said, “I thoroughly enjoyed it.
Patience. Perseverance. Hardware.💯
Feeling incomparable to anything ♥
What a strong win today –
– Surya Kumar Yadav (@surya_14kumar) July 18, 2021
The right-handed batsman made his T20I debut in a five-match T20I series against England. When asked about his debut in ODIs, he said, “My father was patient and said he wanted to get a chance. Getting that cap was emotional, but I was disappointed that the family was not here because of Kovid.
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It is interesting that this Mumbai batsman can also bowl. He has 24 first-class wickets. During the conversation, he revealed that he was bowling on the Nets and bowling if needed. He said, ‘I’m bowling too and I’m ready if the captain asks. I have batted in every possible position and I am third in T20s. But I am ready to bat wherever the team management is.