After a heart-breaking exit from the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 tournament, Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) decided to give some break to their premiere all-rounder Hardik Pandya. The proficient cricketer was rested from the West Indies tour but he used this time to augment his fitness standard.
Recently, Pandya shared that he really needed the break as both Indian Premier League (IPL) and World Cup being long tournaments exhausted him. Now that he is fresh, the 25-year old cricketer is looking to register a strong comeback in the forthcoming three-game T20I series against South Africa set to commence from September 15. Pandya isn’t carrying any personal goals, but looks focused to aid India beat the rainbow nation.
While reflecting on the South African unit, Pandya admitted that they won’t be an easy nut to crack. However, the Gujarat born is confident about India continuing their strong run in the shortest format of the game. Moreover, Pandya wants India to gain momentum in the 20-over cricket as the T20 World Cup is not far away.