India lost the five
India lost the five-match series to South Africa 4-1 on Wednesday.

India’s women’s team coach WV Raman said the team “lacked playing time” and was low in terms of “mental stamina and fitness of cricket”, following a 4–1 loss to South Africa in the ODI series.

After a 4–1 loss in a five-match series against South Africa, India’s women’s team coach WV Raman said on Wednesday that he would be able to come back after a 15-month break and start playing matches with 100 percent intensity. It is also not easy. . The recently concluded ODI series against South Africa marked the return of the Indian women’s cricket team to the ground. The side was last played in the final of the T20 World Cup 2020 after which all international games were halted due to the coronavirus epidemic.

“As far as celestial issues are concerned, I think it’s only fair that I talk to them if necessary and I talk to them directly. In terms of what has been moved in this series, this Very simple. The girls lacked playing time and they were all deficient in terms of mental stamina and cricket fitness, WV Raman said during a mental press conference.

He said, “I mean it is not easy to come back after 15 months, and the intensity and focus with which to play the ODI series is to put the opposition under pressure.”

“These things are the best for the players and the teams. I’m sure the girls will work on it, I’ve seen them do it in the past and I have no doubt that they will do it in the future as well.” Added.

When ANI asked Raman if it was going to be difficult for teams in international cricket to set goals, Raman said: “It depends on the circumstances, it depends on what kind of attack you bat against. We do.

“It is very difficult to set a goal, it is very easy to lose the game in the first 15 overs, but in trying to be greedy and post a huge score, you can suddenly lose a few wickets and start staring down the barrel a lot.” Quick, ”he said.

“So you have to put this thing on the field and maybe think about the situation when two-thirds of the game is over and see what to do.”

Harmanpreet Kaur retired during India’s innings in the fifth and last ODI.

Giving fitness updates on the ODI vice-captain and T20 captain, Raman said: “From what I gather, he has maintained a hip strain grade 1 and will be monitored and all necessary procedures will be followed. “

“I don’t think it’s a serious injury, we can see him taking the field in the T20 series because things are standing right now.”

Talking about the positivity from the series against the Proteas, Raman said: “As far as positivity is concerned, the batting unit is getting in its groove.

He said, “Not everyone got big scores. I think what didn’t go in our favor was that the bowlers might not have been enough, but there is no charge against them.”

“It was expected and the other fact is that you can’t think of anything that is done well by the other team and try to imitate them. We have to try to get into the groove And then we have to see what we have to do. “

Responding to the question of whether the Indian team knows about their Future Tours Program (FTP) in addition to the unilateral test announced by BCCI Secretary Jay Shah, Raman replied: “One thing I definitely know is that we This will include the T20I series in a few days and of course, a lot of things will be planned and implemented in the coming months.

“There are quite a few series that are being planned and I am sure that will happen. As of now, I cannot tell you anything about the rest of the series that may happen in the future.”

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