Indian bowling coach Paras Mhambrey said, ‘Rotation’ is important for fast bowlers
Spinners have dominated the Border Gavaskar Trophy so far and questions are being raised about India’s rotation of fast bowlers but bowling coach Paras Mhambrey said on Thursday that this decision will benefit the fast bowlers in future. Will deliver Australia scored 255 runs for four wickets with the help of Usman Khawaja’s unbeaten century on the first day of the fourth and final Test match. In the first two Tests, Mohammed Shami and Mohammed Siraj played for India, while Umesh Yadav replaced Shami in the third Test.
Shami was rested for that match. In the fourth Test match, Shami was included in place of Siraj. Mhambrey was asked after the end of the first day’s play whether giving rest affected the pace of fast bowlers, he said, “You have to take a decision because you have to see the workload of each bowler individually.” He said, “The way we saw Shami, we felt he needed to be rested.” This also gave us an opportunity to give chance to bowlers like Siraj or Umesh.
Mahambre said, “We will also have to look at the matches after this series. It is the final of the World Test Championship right now and we need to look at that as well.In such a situation, you have to rotate the bowlers sometimes and it is important for the players as well. ”Mhambre described the Motera wicket as batting friendly but he hoped that from the third day it would also help the spinners.
He said, “It is looking like a batting friendly wicket. We had an expectation since we saw the wicket yesterday that this wicket would be different from the first three matches. He said, “He batted well in the first session. Initially we gave away more runs but as the ball got older it became difficult to score runs. The second season went well for us.
Mahambre said, “We gave away 56 runs in the last 10 overs and I think the game here has not been in our favor to some extent. 255 for four at the end of the day can be considered good for us but yes in the last session we gave away a few more runs.