Team India's Rigorous 5-hour Training Session Ends At WACA
This training session of the Indian team was of 5 hours. During this, the players of the Indian team were seen sweating a lot.
The Indian team has reached Australia for the T20 World Cup 2022. At the same time, the Indian team has started practice at the WACA Stadium in Perth. On Saturday, the players of the Indian team took part in a long and rigorous training session at WACA.
This training session of the Indian team was of 5 hours. During this, the players of the Indian team were seen sweating a lot. Actually, this rigorous training session of the team was done to adapt to the conditions of Australia. At the same time, Chetan Sakaria and Mukesh Chaudhary, who was included as net bowlers in the T20 World Cup, also participated in this training session of the team.
Indian team schedule in Perth
Two days of rigorous training sessions on Saturday and Monday - Timings from 11 am to 4 pm.
Practice match against Western Australia on October 10 and 13
Indian team rest on October 11
Planning a practice session on October 12th
The warm-up match against Western Australia is on 13 October.
The Indian team will leave Perth on 14 October.
Bumrah's option not announced
India has left for Australia with only 14 official players to play in the World Cup. Jasprit Bumrah, the 15th player on the team, has been out of the tournament due to an injury. At present, the BCCI has not announced the replacement of Bumrah. The Indian team is playing one-day series against South Africa and after its end, Bumrah's option may be announced.
Before leaving for Australia, Indian team head coach Rahul Dravid had told that Bumrah's option is not being announced even to see the fitness of Mohammed Shami. Dravid had said that once Shami's fitness report comes in front of him, then Bumrah's replacement will be announced. In such a situation, it is believed that Shami is at the forefront to replace Bumrah.