Suryakumar Yadav is eager to skipper India during the T20s against Australia yet says it will require investment to continue on from the unfortunate misfortune in the ODI World Cup last three days prior. The planning in global cricket is to such an extent that the two India and Australia will get back to the field in the initial round of the five-match T20 series beginning here on Thursday, but with an alternate arrangement of players, 96 hours after the World Cup last in Ahmedabad. Surya, who might have accomplished more in India’s close ideal mission On the planet Cup, was expectedly gotten some information about the doomed Sunday night just before the T20 series opener. “It is difficult it will take time, it can’t be that you wake up next morning and you forget everything what happened. It was a long tournament. We would have loved to win it,”said Surya, who will lead the side in Hardik Pandya’s nonappearance.

“But as you get up in the morning the sun rises again, there is light at the end of the tunnel. You have to move on. It is a fresh team (T20 squad), really looking forward to the challenge.” Surya expressed help from the fans and families is helping him and the other players to continue on from the failure.

“Obviously, a little disappointing but when you look back at the journey it was a great campaign. All of India and our families were proud about the way everyone displayed their talent on the ground.

“We played a positive brand of cricket throughout the tournament. We can be very proud of that,” said the aggressive batter.

Commander Rohit Sharma was the unique advantage for India with the bat On the planet Cup as his unstable beginnings assisted the group with dominating a record 10 matches in succession.

“He (Rohit) has set the example. It was a completely different Rohtit Sharma, he walked the talk. What we talked about in team meetings he did the same thing in the ground. We are very proud of him, he led by example and hopefully we will replicate that (in the T20s),” Surya said.

Rohit, Virat Kohli and K L Rahul are not piece of the crew having played their last T20 match On the planet Cup the year before.

The T20 crew is loaded with IPL entertainers who are yet to show off their abilities at the most elevated level. Any semblance of Rinku Singh, who made his presentation in Ireland and was additionally essential for the Asian Games, and Tilak Varma, will confront their hardest test in worldwide cricket against Australia.

“I met the squad in the afternoon today. I told them lets be selfless when you go on to the field. I am a guy who doesn’t think about personal milestones. I have told them to keep the team first,” Surya said.

“Keeping the (2024) T20 World Cup in mind, all the games we are going to play are very important. I want us to be fearless.” Who among Jitesh Sharma and Ishan Kishan will be the designated wicket-keeper batter in the team? “Ishan has been doing well, we wanted to keep continuity. He has been doing really well for us, including the Asia Cup and World Cup, batting in different positions. Both of them are front runners. We will take a call tonight,” Surya said with a laugh. PTI BS SSC SSC

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