Star India all-rounder Hardik Pandya has said that he needs to be uncommon in the handling division of the game and his objective until the end of the year is to take a catch that would go down as quite possibly of his best. I’m ready to invest a great deal of energy on my handling with our mentor (T Dillip). 

I was consistently normal as a defender, however I need to be extraordinary. Presently, I’m ready to invest some energy on my abilities and get those troublesome gets. My objective this year is to get a catch that could go down as one of my best ever,” expressed Pandya in a video posted by BCCI.

Pandya said that he was constantly eager to come to Australia and invest such a lot of energy before the T20 World Cup to become accustomed to the circumstances, climate and so forth. Discussing his thump of 27 in the training match against Western Australia, Pandya said that he was happy with his exhibition.

“It wasn’t necessary to focus on the runs, yet rather about my methodology towards the game and what the circumstance resembled and how I adjusted to it. I faced 21 balls while batting in middle order. It was positive according to a training game perspective,” he added.

About batting in Australian circumstances, Pandya said that it is tied in with playing that one innings that can assist players with getting adjusted to the circumstances. Likewise as a quick bowler, you can take advantage of the circumstances subsequent to adjusting to it,” he added.