‘Great things are coming ahead’: Hardik Pandya enthusiastic about comeback in IPL

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Hardik Pandya has been away from cricket for some time however the Mumbai Indians all-rounder feels it’s only a matter of spending a while within the center earlier than he begins placing the form of performances he’s identified for. Hardik, together with brother Krunal, has been part of the core that Mumbai Indians has managed to maintain collectively for a number of years now.

“The way I’m hitting the ball right now, the shape I’m in, the mental space I’m in, it is just a matter of time that I go and spend some time on the ground and I think things will come out pretty well,” Pandya mentioned in a video posted by Mumbai Indians’ official Twitter deal with.

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“No matter how far I go from the game, no matter how long I stay out, when I come back, it has to be worth it. I have prepared very well and I think, great things are coming ahead,” the 26-year-old flamboyant all-rounder added. 

Pandya, who underwent a back surgical procedure in London last yr, made a comeback in March and was even chosen for the house ODI sequence towards South Africa, which was deserted as a result of Covid-19 pandemic.

Pandya has been a key member of the crew and his type with bat and ball can be essential if Mumbai Indians are to problem for a record extending fifth title.

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“IPL is something that I have enjoyed a lot and I would like to make a comeback very strong and I’m just looking forward to it,” mentioned Pandya.

He additional spoke in regards to the inevitability of accidents in a sportsperson’s life and the way he has performed on his health.

“In my life I have realised one thing that injuries would be with me. No one wants to get injured, but I accept the fact that what I do, injuries would be a part of it.

“Injuries have always kept me going, always kept me motivated. Actually taught me how much I have to put in the hard yards and the hard work has always increased, never decreased,” mentioned the Baroda all-rounder.

“Luckily, me and (my brother) Krunal (Pandya) had the privilege to have a gym in our house. So because of that portion, we were able to work on our fitness…,” he mentioned.

“And I always feel that if you go one step ahead in your fitness, there are much more magical moments in your life (that) are waiting,” the right-hander emphasised.

[Attribution HT]

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