Recent comments made by Suryakumar Yadav, a batsman for Team India, indicate that while he has liked batting in various spots, the No. 4 post seems to be the most natural fit for him.
The right-handed batter noted that he takes great pleasure in the chance to bat with a good purpose throughout the middle overs of the match. The cricket player, who was born in Mumbai, emphasized how critical it was to keep the scoreboard moving at this specific point of the match.
What did Suryakumar Yadav say?
Speaking to TOI, Yadav said: “I have enjoyed batting at every position, including first, third, fourth, and fifth. I believe that the fourth spot is the best one for me to be in. Because of the scenario, I go to bat with the ability to determine how the game goes. When I bat between overs seven and fifteen, I find that I am having the most fun. I make an effort to think positively throughout that stage.” I have watched a number of games in which teams have a tremendous powerplay and a good finish, but I believe that the most critical phase in a Twenty20 game is from the eighth over to the 14th over.”
In their most recent matches, the Indian think tank experimented with Suryakumar Yadav batting in a variety of positions, including first, third, and fifth. At the Twenty20 World Cup 2022, which will be held in Australia, it is anticipated that he would bat in the fourth position, after Rohit Sharma, KL Rahul, and Virat Kohli, who will make up the top three.
Suryakumar Yadav revealed to the fans that the spot affords him the opportunity to monitor the bowlers’ strategies from the locker room. He said that this affords him the opportunity to formulate strategies that he may put into action when he is in the thick of things.
The cricket player for the Mumbai Indians (MI) said that he likes to view videos of bowlers the day before a match. Yadav continued by saying that he enjoys visualizing how he would respond to their deliveries.