Praising Suryakumar Yadav for his brilliant batting, former New Zealand cricketer Scott Styris has said that Suryakumar Yadav has been able to collect runs from all sides of the field without playing the old traditional pattern. He said that any number Suryakumar is sent, he only performs better. It is no surprise that Surya Kumar opened in the last match. There is no point in talking about his batting slot. Suryakumar does his best in every slot.
Suryakumar can play 360 degree
Styris said that Suryakumar Yadav knows how to score runs from all sides of the field. He doesn’t just hit fours and sixes in certain areas but is adept at hitting all the sides of the field. In such a situation, it is difficult for the captain of the opposition team how to apply the fielding. Suryakumar does not hit only fours and sixes at long on and long off like traditional players.
Better performance against fast bowling
Styris said that in the crease, Suryakumar Yadav plays in every direction in a completely different way from left-handed or right-handed batsmen. This factor makes him different from other batsmen. He has the ability to play in every direction of the field against fast bowling.
The fourth T20 match between West Indies and India will be played on 6 August. Suryakumar is in his best form and was instrumental in India’s seven-wicket win in the third T20I.