I’m very proud of myself that I’ve got to this stage.
If I didn’t want to do that I probably shouldn’t be here. Maybe the pitches aren’t always going to be suited to you but as a spinner even if you are looking to keep it tight, my eyes are always on taking wickets regardless. In Patna not to avenge father's LS defeat, but to fight for people: Luv Sinha, https://images.indianexpress.com/2020/08/1x1.png, here to join our channel (@indianexpress), Kings XI Punjab beat Mumbai Indians after 2 Super Overs, Was 2019 WC final better or MI vs KXIP, asks Yuvraj Singh, Mohammad Shami wanted to bowl six yorkers in Super Over: KL Rahul, CSK vs RR Predicted Playing 11 | IPL 2020, IPL 2020: KKR, KXIP notch thrilling wins on Super Over-filled Sunday, Kolkata turns green and maroon to celebrate Mohun Bagan lifting I-League trophy, IPL 2020: Shikhar Dhawan shines as DC crush CSK by 5 win to claim top position, IPL 2020: AB de Villiers’ blinder sets up RCB’s incredible win over RR, IPL 2020: Mumbai Indians crush Kolkata Knight Riders to regain pole position, Setback for Kerala govt as HC dismisses petitions against privatisation of Trivandrum airport, Madhya Pradesh: Shivraj Singh Chouhan, Scindia hold silent protests over Kamal Nath's 'item' remark, Ludo trailer: Impressive cast, arresting visuals, Bharathiraja requests Tamil actors and technicians to take a pay cut, A band and its spectators were in plastic inflatable bubbles for this unique concert, Watch: Doctor in PPE kit dances to ‘Ghungroo’ to cheer up COVID-19 patients in Assam. But unlike many of his privately educated England counterparts, Virdi rose through the ranks despite attending a state school in London that did not play cricket at all. If he makes it to the Test squad against West Indies, Amar Virdi will become only the third Sikh to represent England after Monty Panesar and Ravi Bopara.
Archer to join England training after negative COVID-19 test. “Growing up I watched Graeme Swann and Monty and that was very inspirational to me. According to Virdi, Panesar has been a role model as he is also state-educated and spent his formative years at the Guru Nanak Sikh Academy in Hayes.
Virdi said he is focussed on working hard to get into the squad for the opening Test. Virdi said he is focussed on working hard to get into the squad for the opening Test. Amar Virdi wants to follow the example of fellow Sikh spinner Monty Panesar by establishing himself in the England Test side.
“I definitely do want to be playing in the first Test match, or at least be in the squad. If I didn’t want to do that I probably shouldn’t be here. That’s what I want to show people and show people what I’m capable of doing, rather than doing other things or try to forcefully show my skills.”. Yorkshire 99 for 4” Navratri 2020 puja recipe: Would you like to try chana sundal today? The 21-year-old has featured in only 23 first-class games in his career and will have to beat more experienced spinners like Jack Leach, Dom Bess, Matt Parkinson and Moeen Ali to get into the Test squad. “We’re in a minority in a lot of industries and to see someone progressing and doing well in the field you’re in really motivates you and shows you that you can do it.”. "Obviously my coach from a young age has been Saqlain Mushtaq, who invented the 'doosra' so I'm quite lucky to have a top coach there," said Virdi, more of a conventional bowler.
Virdi, who has taken 69 wickets in his 23 first class matches at an average of 28.78, says his strength lies in his aggression as he is always looking for wickets.
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“Obviously I’m here so I want to be playing Test cricket whenever that comes, so I’m going to keep on trying my hardest to make sure that I’m playing,” the Surrey spinner, who was included in England’s 30-man squad earlier this month, said on Friday. He says Panesar has been a role model as he is also state-educated and spent his formative years at the Guru Nanak Sikh Academy in Hayes. "It can be very daunting for people from minority communities to be playing cricket just within your community and then moving to a bigger club," he said.
Virdi, who has taken 69 wickets in his 23 first class matches at an average of 28.78, said his strength lies in his aggression as he is always looking for wickets. For all the latest Sports News, download Indian Express App. Amar Virdi takes 8-61 as Surrey bowl out Notts for 116 and then reach 184-7 at stumps at Trent Bridge, a lead of 308. He might not have experience on his side but young off-spinner Amar Virdi remains confident of cutting through the competition and earning a place in England team for the three-Test series against the West Indies beginning on July 8. Surrey spinner Amar Virdi believes he can force his way into the England side for the first Test against West Indies.
Maybe the pitches aren’t always going to be suited to you but as a spinner even if you are looking to keep it tight, my eyes are always on taking wickets regardless.
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