New Delhi: Team India will visit England in the month of June, where it is to play the ICC World Test Championship final against New Zealand. After this, a 5-match Test series will be played between India and England.
Earned became Stand By Player
Left-arm fast bowler Arzan Nagwaswalla has been included in Team India as a Stand By Player for the India Tour of England.
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‘Do not like to be compared to anyone’
Fast bowler Arzan Nagwaswalla said that not comparing, being patient and focusing on regular things played an important role in achieving the desired results for him. Few Parsi cricketers have been successful in playing for the national team and Nagvaswala is hoping to make a place in this list after a great performance for Gujarat.
Nagwaswala told ‘BCCI.TV’, ‘The strict requirements of domestic cricket made me understand the importance of regular practice. How to practice, how to bowl during practice and how to focus on the process and how to follow it, without thinking much about the result. ‘
‘It is important to maintain patience’
The 23-year-old fast bowler said, ‘If you follow the process properly, then you definitely get the desired results. Apart from this, it is also important to maintain patience. There is no point in comparing yourself to anyone else and wondering why someone else got a place in the team and why I did not.
Parsi community’s star earning
With reference to the Parsi cricketer, he said, ‘I am aware of this. When I was playing Ranji Trophy, people used to tell me that for many years no Parsi cricket was played for India. It is like giving something back to the community. I am very happy. The left-arm fast bowler was the most successful bowler for Gujarat in the 2019-20 season with 41 wickets and his team managed to make it to the Ranji Trophy semi-finals.
Zaheer Khan likes
Nagwaswala’s idol is former Indian fast bowler Zaheer Khan. He said, ‘I grew up watching him (Zaheer) playing for India.’ This fast bowler is also a big fan of Indian team bowling coach Bharat Arun. He said, ‘Our fast bowling has improved a lot under the guidance of Bharat Arun sir. We have strong bench strength. I am sure that I will get to learn a lot from Bharat Arun sir.