Who made Suryakumar Yadav a 360 degree player, himself revealed the secret of his aggressive batting

new Delhi. Suryakumar Yadav is being discussed the most at this time. He has caught everyone’s attention with his performance in a short span of time. They are called 360 degree batters. He takes shots all around the ground very easily. He is currently the number-1 batsman of T20. After playing T20 and ODI, he is now busy preparing for the Test. For this, he is also playing from Mumbai in the current season of Ranji Trophy. In the earlier match, he played a blistering inning against Hyderabad. Meanwhile, he has made a big disclosure about his 360 degree shot. He himself told how he learned this shot.

Suryakumar Yadav said in an interview to news agency PTI, I never practiced it on the net. This is one of the interesting stories of my career. I used to play a lot of cricket with a rubber ball during my school and college days. Cement pitches are very hard. In Ace, if the pitch is wet, the ball comes to the batter more quickly. He told that at that time the boundary of the leg side was very big, about 95 yards. Whereas the off-side boundary was very small. Only 25 to 30 yards. In such a situation, my focus was on hitting the off-side.
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Bowlers used to target the body
Suryakumar Yadav told that the bowlers used to bowl me on the body to avoid the boundary. In such a situation, I found an option to score runs on the off side. I used to use wrists. Apart from this, learned to pull and upper cut all from here. I have never needed to practice it on the net. ODI World Cup is to be played in India next year. This Indian batsman is also busy preparing for this.

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He said that whatever the format, I do not think much about my batting. Just want to score runs and think of contributing to the team’s victory. It is known that Surya’s strike rate is excellent in T20 International. He scores runs at a strike rate of over 180.

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