Playing in different conditions will help while preparing for the T20 World Cup, Karthik feels

Dinesh Karthik feels wicketkeeper-batter Dinesh Karthik feels that playing in different conditions on the Caribbean Tour will stand India in good stead as they prepare for the various challenges that Australia’s stadiums will pose during the T20 World Cup later this year.

India played its first three T20 matches in the West Indies before moving to Florida in the remaining two matches. In the three games, the Indians had to navigate different conditions. They encountered a two-pound court in Taruba, while the St Kitts wind was strong. “I think it’s a lot of fun because even right in the World Cup, the three stadiums that come to my mind are Sydney – [where] “The sides are a bit smaller and the straights are longer,” Karthik said before the fourth T20I.

“Adelaide, we all know the sides are very small and again, the straights are long, while in Melbourne, it’s quite the opposite – the straights are short and the sides are very big. We’ll obviously have different pitches wherever we play, so the challenges will be different,” he added.

India leads the tie 2-1, having won the opening and third T20 match.

“Here, the challenges were different everywhere we played. So, the fact that every time you get a chance, there’s a certain challenge that comes as soon as you get in. That’s the stress in itself.

”One of the main things that Rohit [Sharma] and rahul [Dravid] In this series, we initially talked about adaptability and understanding situations. I think that’s something we’ve done well so far.

”The Finisher role is one of those roles in which consistency is difficult to achieve. Every time you get in, you have to be able to make an impact that helps the team. “There are a lot of factors that can make it more difficult for you, especially in the Caribbean and Miami, the wind is going to be a huge factor, even though it’s a sport played with heavy ball, the wind dictates some of the times, where the shots play.

“It works both ways, the shooters are smart and they try to force you to hit the wind as much as possible. That makes it more difficult.” Karthik is back in the Indian team on the back of a great IPL season where he was at his best. When asked if he feels pressured for Performing every time in a national stadium, he said, “The pressure is a privilege at this time.” And when people expect certain things from you. The important thing is to make sure that on a particular day, what is the state of the game, read the state of the game and try to give your best that day Determinant Although facing the problem of abundance in terms of talent.

”Players are given a chance to fail. It is very important to give players a chance to fail and then move on to the next player. In India now, there are a lot of players. “But here you get value for what you have achieved over a period of time. That is something to respect with this technical staff.

“Now in the Indian team we have the ability to put up two or maybe even three teams in terms of the number of players available. I don’t think many countries can boast of that.” To represent our country on the world stage. ”PTI APA AT AT

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