Munish Bali has been named handling mentor for India’s restricted overs visit through New Zealand and will be important for the care staff headed by VVS Laxman. With the Rahul Dravid-drove support staff being offered a reprieve post the T20 World Cup, Laxman will be the lead trainer on the visit starting November 18 in Wellington. India will play three T20s and as numerous ODIs.
Bali, Hrishikesh Kanitkar (batting mentor) and Sairaj Bahutule (bowling trainer) will be important for the care staff in New Zealand. Each of the three mentors are based at the Public Cricket Foundation which is going by Laxman. Bali was likewise important for the India crew in Ireland and momentarily in Britain recently before the doing the home series against South Africa.
After losing in the T20 World Cup semi-final, the Indian coach, Rahul Dravid, needed some time away from cricket to recover from the loss. Hopefully, the Indian community has some new plans for the next T20 World Cup, which will be held in India. So that Indian crowd would cheer them on to play an energetic game against a variety of teams.