Hardik Pandya
For Hardik Pandya, India's young cricketers hold great promise.

Hardik Pandya, India’s stand-in captain for the T20I series against New Zealand, has high hopes for the young players chosen for the upcoming tour to Australia.

Persistent rain on Friday forced organizers to call off the first Twenty20 International between India and New Zealand in Wellington without a single over being played. Given that many rising talents in the Indian camp never got to play because of the weather, the mood in the camp was predictably dampened. After the game was called off, Hardik Pandya spoke to the commentator about the up-and-coming players on the tour. He praised them for the talent and experience they bring despite being at the beginning of their careers.

As a result of their outstanding performances in the Indian Premier League, players like Umran Malik, Sanju Samson, Ishan Kishan, etc. have been given a second chance to show themselves in the T20I series.

“The boys were bursting with enthusiasm. New Zealand is a fantastic country and a fantastic venue. It’s too bad you didn’t receive a game. Many fans arrived early; we shared their enthusiasm but recognise that this is simply part of playing professional cricket. All the other guys will do as the management and captain advise since they are professionals. While they may be young, experience does not lack in this group. They’ve racked up a significant number of IPL games and a respectable number of international caps. I don’t think today’s young people would be put off by not having played much cricket “That’s what he had to say, he clarified.

When asked if the series allows players to experiment with new positions, Hardik indicated that wouldn’t happen until it was absolutely necessary.

He remarked, “This trip is for the new guys to receive more clarity, opportunity, and a chance to express themselves.” He and the more seasoned players will take on different responsibilities as necessary.

The T20 World Cup has ended, but Hardik claims he has moved on.

“I no longer care about the World Cup. The disappointment will be there, but we can’t go back and change things. In light of this, we eagerly anticipate the next installment, “After much thought, Hardik came to a conclusion.

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