No sign of any worries in Wriddhiman Saha on Rishabh Pant recent performances as he doesn’t want to change his style of play based on how his teammate, Rishabh Pant plays.
Rishabh Pant was liked as the wicket-keeper/batsman over Wriddhiman Saha in the last three Tests of the Border-Gavaskar arrangement 2020-21.
Gasp took advantage of the chance and smashed two half-hundreds of years – in Sydney and Brisbane – with the subsequent one taking India to a memorable success at The Gabba.
Notwithstanding, for Saha, it was not a problem to see Pant walking ahead in the hierarchy.
“I have been hearing these observations since 2018. I esteem in taking care of my work and I am not accented over how Pant is batting,” Saha said.
“I would prefer not to alter my game consequently. It’s up to the association, the officials to resolve who will remain behind the stumps,” he expressed.
Pushing on the requirement for an expert wicket-manager in Test cricket, Saha stated,
“There are conditions whenever a botched occasion can vary the aftereffect of a game. Wicketkeeping is proficient work, especially in Test cricket.
“I’m not avowing to grip every catch that comes to my path, yet this is a skillful position and ought to remain so,” he added.
Saha managed scores of 9 and 4 in the principal Test in Adelaide, where India was required to confront the lowness of their most reduced Test all out of 36 hard and fast and lost the match by eight wickets.
Saha communicated trust in “taking advantage of each chance I get” when India faces England in four-coordinate Test formats beginning February 5 in Chennai.
England tours India for four Tests, five T20Is, and three ODIs in February and March 2021.