One of India’s strongest suits in the T20 World Cup in Australia will be Suryakumar Yadav. The Mumbai Indians and India bat took some time out before heading to Mohali to prepare for the T20 series against South Africa to talk on the grammar of T20 hitting, body language, creativity, the optimum batting number, and tattoos.
By batting in that position, I can observe every bowler and make plans for when I’m in the dugout. When I walk inside, execution is everything. A day before the game, I also watch the films of the opposing bowlers, think about it while I sleep, and plan my strategy.
I have maintained a regimen that has served me well for the past four years. I like to take the day off the day before the game. I only do my practise two days before the match. I don’t discuss cricket at all with my wife on the night of a game; I just spend time with her. Whether or not I performed well, she has enabled me to remain grounded. She has driven into my head that regardless of how great I do, I must remain the same.