Indian all-rounder Hardik Pandya has become a vital member of the limited overs sides for the country especially due to the value that he adds with his brilliance in all three departments.
The 25-year-old has evolved himself into a reliable finisher for India and his Indian Premier League (IPL) franchise, Mumbai Indians (MI). He would go into the World Cup at his best since he has never hit the ball as well as he has done in this year.
Up till now, Hardik has a strike rate of 227.63 in the ongoing edition of the IPL which is higher than his previous years in the league. After seeing numerous ups and downs throughout his IPL career, the right-hander has seen a remarkable improvement in his strike rate at the death this year as opposed to previous year’s strike rates of 214.29 (in 2015), 84.21 (in 2016), 186.67 (in 2017), and 155.17 (in 2018).