There is a huge wave awaiting with the South Africa series that begins with T20 Internationals that are planned to commence on September 15th in Dharamsala. And after drawing huge criticism from the cricket fans and audiences, Rishabh Pant is curiously eyeing on freshers to kick start the upcoming T20 and Test series against South Africa.
Rishabh expressed his feeling as, “I have practiced hard for the South Africa series, and I am going with a positive mindset. I will try my best to get a good start”
He further added saying, “It went great for our team. It’s great to return on a clean slate. But once a team returns, the last series is passed. of course, it’s our home series and there will be an advantage for us but the most important thing is to start well”.
“I’m looking forward to improving myself and help India win more matches. The focus is to do well in the South Africa series right now, then we will think of Bangladesh. We will take one series at a time,” Pant added.
Rishabh has turned out to be the first Indian wicketkeeper for holding Test centuries in England and Australia. The player scored 58 runs out of two Tests in India’s 2-0 rout of the West Indies.