The Indian selectors carried out a couple of critical enhancements in the public white-ball set-up by giving the T20I captaincy reins to Hardik Pandya and naming Suryakumar as his delegate for the series against Sri Lanka.
India’s T20 batting sensation, Suryakumar Yadav on Wednesday said his ascent to the post of vice leader of the public side seems, by all accounts, to be a dream, and he would continue to play his customary game without being upset by the extra commitment. Indian selectors carried out a couple of critical enhancements in the public white-ball set-up by giving the T20I captaincy reins to Hardik Pandya and designating Suryakumar as his delegate for the series against Sri Lanka, beginning in Mumbai on January 3 one year from now.
“It (negative behaviour pattern captaincy) was not ordinary. I can say it’s kind of a remuneration to me for the way I (have) played for this current year. It feels quite a bit improved and I’m really expecting it,” Surya told journalists after day two of Mumbai’s Ranji Prize match against Saurashtra here.
Surya’s most paramount reaction after his father sent him the gathering list was of sheer suspicion. “I came to know from my dad who is reliably unique through web-based diversion. He sent me the once-over and besides sent me a short message – – ‘not to take any strain and participate in your batting’.
On whether the extra commitment will put him under pressure, Surya said, “I by and large had risk and strain. I by and large participate in my game and (convey no extra stuff.
“It’s essential. I keep (leave) all my thinking at the gathering motel and the nets. While I’m batting, I essentially go out there to participate in my game.”