Indian wicketkeeper Rishabh Pant has become the new hero of Team India after the Test series against Australia. Pant scored 274 runs in the four-Test series. Scored two half-centuries in five innings of three Tests. He gave the team a historic win by scoring an unbeaten 89 in the Brisbane Test. Known for his aggressive batting, Pant is equally clean and kind-hearted. They give their kit bags to juniors after every overseas tour. He told about this in an interview.
Pant said in an interview to India Today Group, “I have been doing this since I got the contract. Tarak sir used to give me items related to batting, keeping. Used to give shoes and bat. Ashish Bhaiya (Ashish Nehra) used to go to the club with a lot of equal. Ranji Trophy players also did so. It helped me a lot. It was not much for him. Later I felt that if it helps anyone, then I should also help. Was seeking help earlier. Now I am in that position to help others. I do not need to tell anyone about this. When you do something, you do it on your own wish. ”
On the question of facing failures, Pant said, “If you play at the top level then it happens everyday. It is a part of it. You have to believe in yourself. There are many people around me who have taught me to believe in myself. Always asked to move forward. Have asked to keep more focus on ourselves. Now I have kept myself away from social media. By not paying attention to all these things, I concentrate on Sirk cricket. Criticisms continue.
Talking about the Sydney Test, Pant said, “If I had played for half an hour, we could have won the match.” When he was dismissed at 97, he scored a century and the victory also slipped. From there I learned that if such opportunities come next time, I will play it wisely. I will miss that chance. The best part of the Indian team is that everyone takes care of each other. Captains, coaches and players believe in everyone. ”
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