Left-arm pacer Arzan Nagwaswalla, who will fly to the UK with the Indian crew as a stand-by participant, says shutting down comparisons, staying affected person and focussing on routine performed a key function in yielding the specified final result for him.
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Only a number of Parsi cricketers have made the lower for the nationwide crew and Nagwaswalla is hoping to affix the record after his stellar efficiency for Gujarat has positioned him on the doorstep of the Indian crew.
“The grind in domestic cricket has helped me understand the importance of routine. How to practice, how to bowl during practice and how to focus on the process and keep following the same, without thinking too much about the result,” Nagwaswalla advised bcci.television.
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“If you follow the process correctly, you will surely get the desired outcome. In addition to that, it is important to be patient. There is no point comparing yourself with anyone and ponder over why someone else is selected and not me,” the 23-year-old added.
Talking about his Parsi join, he stated, “I was familiar with this. When I was playing Ranji Trophy, people used to tell me that bahot saalo se koi Parsi cricketer India ke liye khela nahi. It is something like giving back to the community. I am very happy.”
The left-arm pacer was Gujarat’s main wicket-taker with 41 scalps within the 2019-20 season when his aspect made the Ranji Trophy semifinals.
He idolises former India pacer Zaheer Khan.
“I have grown up watching him playing for India and doing really well.”
The teen stated he was mighty impressed with the best way the Indian crew performed and gained in Australia and he simply can’t wait to see the senior gamers in flesh and bone, whom he has thus far watched solely on TV.
“I am excited to meet and see all the cricketers jinko abhee tak bass TV par India ke liye achha karte hue dekhaa hai. They have secured some big wins against Australia and England recently. So, I am looking forward to learning as much as I can from all of them.”
“I am very excited to meet this team. Despite the injuries, we went on to win the series in Australia. I just can’t wait to witness the team which has such a strong self-belief,” Nagwaswalla stated.
He can also be an enormous fan of the crew’s bowling coach Bharat Arun.
“Under Bharat Arun sir, our fast bowling has seen a great transformation. We have a superb bench strength. I am sure I will get to learn a lot from Bharat Arun sir.”
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