“1-on-1 coaching” is to blame for the Indian cricket team’s batting woes, according to a former Indian batsman.
Many Indian fans and commentators are furious with the performance of players like Cheteshwar Pujara, Ajinkya Rahane, and Rishabh Pant in the current Test series in South Africa, where India’s batting line has struggled mightily. After Pujara was dismissed for three runs off 33 balls in the first innings, Rahane was bowled out for a golden duck in the same over. In the second innings, the pair did live up to the selectors’ expectations, scoring a half-century and helping India post a 240-run total against the Proteas. Pant, on the other hand, was dismissed for a three-ball duck in the second innings as India was bowled out for 266 in their first innings. Vinod Kambli, a former Indian cricketer, attributed the current condition to “1-on-1 coaching.” Personal coaching, he claimed, had been “commercialized.” According to him.
Kambli used Koo, a popular social networking platform, to express her displeasure “We can’t really put the blame on the big-name athletes who are struggling with bad luck. Personal coaches are well-paid in today’s world, but their primary function of bluffing is becoming more and more commercialized. I won’t identify names, but I strongly oppose one-on-one coaching.”
“The future of the national team is on the line, therefore now is the moment to make improvements. In this case, we are referring to the Indian cricket squad “He went on to say that
Additionally, Virat Kohli, the Indian team’s red-ball skipper, has been ruled out owing to a back spasm. On the eve of the third day of the competition, he was spotted working out in the arena.
By winning this second match, India would wrap off the three-match series by taking the first Test by an impressive 113 runs at Centurion.