The Indian team management’s interest in Varun Chakravarthy, ahead of the ICC World Twenty20 (T20), is reflected in the rotor selection chosen for the India Limited Tour (three ODIs and three T20s) in Sri Lanka. Varron’s selection came close following his failure on the mandatory fitness test after being selected for the T20I home series against England earlier this year.
The Indian think tank is keen to give it a feel for international cricket ahead of the Twenty20 World Conference. It’s different, distinctive, and game-changing. Cricketers rarely come. Varun, for his part, has been working hard on his fitness with the Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) coaches with the specific goal of removing the standards set by the British Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
“I am confident that I will pass the fitness tests. Playing for India in Twenty20 is a very dear dream for me” sports stars In an exclusive conversation on Friday.
As a spinner, he has a bag of tricks and was the standout bowler for KKR in the IPL, wasting little while bowling in the challenging stages of turns.
“I consider myself a mobile guy even though the media describes me as a fuzzy spinner. Connecting legs is my stock ball, and I have googly and flippers. I strive to make my upper spinner more powerful.”
Differences in speed, trajectory, and angles also appear mainly in bowling. When asked how he managed to keep his cool while bowling in high pressure situations in the IPL, he replied, “I simply focus on the process. I can control things until the ball leaves my hand. If the process is right, I don’t even bother if I go for a run.” .
He remembers the time he spent at the NCA in Bengaluru dealing with a shoulder injury that kept him out of the Australian Tour and thanked fitness coach Ashish Kaushik for his contributions.
Varun also recalled conversations with the legendary Rahul Dravid. He told me: You have the ability. Don’t take anything for granted. Maintain dedication. “
He is looking forward to tour Sri Lanka. “I have interacted with Shekhar Dhaan at the NCA. He is such a fun person, and I am looking forward to playing under him.”