Pant talks to Dream 11 about his personal experience with the Australia 2020 tour success. Rishabh talks about Australia’s 2020 series win and the struggle before it in an interview with Dream 11. The historic Gabba test comes to a close. Rishabh’s talk about finding his inner strength and keeping focused in the midst of so much commotion was inspiring. It is a very inspiring one for anyone.
Rishabh Pant’s interview
Rishabh talks about Australia’s 2020 series win and the struggle before it. “I think firstly, this part of the journey started after the IPL. Because I was dropped from one day and the T20 team
Six months back I was playing all 3 formats alone as a wicketkeeper. Now suddenly after one ‘ok IPL’, I was out of one day and T20. I also did not get to play the first test. So there were so many things going through my mind.
Everyone is telling me that it was not possible. I was sitting there alone thinking about what I can do as an individual. So the only thought that kept me going was ‘you keep putting your hard work each and every day and nothing else matters.
You just have to give your 200%. We will take the result of what happens. So from day one since we landed in Australia there were so many things running through my mind. But I was doing my training. Also, my skill works and was concentrating on my mindset.”
Rishabh talks about Australia’s 2020 series win
I played a practice match and I scored a hundred and got some confidence from there. After that, we were in a good position. Suddenly we lost the match from there 36 all out. There were so many chats because the last time when we went to Australia, I was the second-highest scorer for India.
A lot of things going on he has already played in this kind of condition maybe we should get him back in on this thing so after 36 solid suddenly things with changing for me a little bit I was doing my own thing giving my hundred per cent.
However, in the historic gabba match, the injury made things worse. It was identified to be a bone bruise. I got an injection and a painkiller. I scored 97. The target was high It was a 400 and Australian bowlers were fast and furious.
I started to concentrate immensely on each and every ball. My thoughts made me feel bad for not winning the match for India instead of not scoring 100. However, we at least saved the match. He also mentioned the contribution of Wriddhi Bhai and Ajju Bhai.
In the interview where Rishabh talks about Australia’s 2020 series win and the struggle before it, Dream 11 congratulated him. It was told that he is a hero and an inspiration for everyone. A man who showcased how one can pick oneself up and win from the lowest point. The interview with a token of thanks.
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