Kuldeep Yadav, a left-arm wrist-spinner for the India National Cricket Team, has disclosed that he has been attempting to get a little bit quicker without sacrificing the spin. He is 28 years old.
On Day 2 of the first Test on Thursday, December 15, at the Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium in Chattogram, Kuldeep Yadav’s outstanding performance completely destroyed Bangladesh. On debut, the left-arm wrist spinner found turn and bounce while taking four wickets in six overs. Day 2 saw Kuldeep complete his session with the scores 10-3-33-4.
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Kuldeep Yadav acknowledged that his initial anxiety gave way to a sense of calm and enjoyment for his bowling after a few overs. He proclaimed:
“I was a bit nervous, I was very lucky to get the first wicket in the first over. Got the momentum back. After a couple of overs, I started feeling well, mixed my pace and variations, tried both the angles – over the wicket and round the wicket. I was getting proper turn, I was actually loving it. After I got injured, I started working on my rhythm after the injury, trying to be a bit quicker – that’s helping me a lot. I am not compromising with the spin.”
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“When I was batting, I thought that there was not much in it for the spinners” – Kuldeep Yadav
Shreyas Iyer was out for 86 on Day 2, but Ravichandran Ashwin and Kuldeep Yadav put together an incredible 87-run partnership to enable India reach 404. Kuldeep Yadav amassed a respectable 40 runs, and Ashwin scored a fantastic 58 runs.
The 28-year-old, though, claimed that he felt at ease while batting on Day 2 and that the surface did not offer much assistance to spinners.
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“When I was batting, I thought that there was not much in it for the spinners. I didn’t face any discomfort while batting. I thought it’ll be good for batting. When you’re a wrist-spinner bowling with the Kookaburra ball, you’ll definitely get turn and bounce on such wickets.”
Mehidy Hasan Miraz and Ebadot Hossain were remained unbeaten at 133/8 in 44 overs at Day 2’s stumps, but Bangladesh was still 271 runs adrift.