Indian Wicket-keeper Rishabh Pant has seen a meteoric rise in his career ever since his unforgettable contribution in India’s historic series win against Australia at their home ground. The first ODI between India and England starts on 4th August and the youngster will be one of India’s key players. Ahead of the ever important test series, Rishabh Pant opened up in an interview on his journey with the Indian national team so far. He also reflected on his boyhood days and his early life struggles.
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“I think it’s been an amazing journey because there have been a lot of ups and downs. But it has been a good learning experience for me. As a cricketer you evolve, learn from your mistakes, improve yourselves, come back to the ground and perform well,” he said.
“I think as a cricketer, I have evolved more from what I have been doing in the last one year or so. You keep doing your processes right but sometimes you don’t get the result. But you have to trust your process and keep doing the same thing again and again. I have been getting the results now so that’s the happy part,” Rishabh Pant further added.
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The 20 year old cricketer tested positive 3 weeks ago and after staying in isolation for about 2 weeks, he rejoined his teammates. Although he is yet to recover fully, Rishabh Pant is in contention to start the first test match of the series. However, the management is also keeping other options ready.