The focus of young all-rounder Shivam Dubey is on capitalizing on the opportunities found in Team India at this time. Shivam has got 3 T20 Internationals to play so far. In such a situation, his focus is now on doing better on the series against the upcoming Windies.
Shivam Dubey said on Tuesday that he is not trying to replace Hardik Pandya in the national team but will definitely try to take advantage of the opportunity.He is currently going through a rehabilitation process, which has led to Shivam making a place in the team and now he is preparing for the upcoming limited overs series against the West Indies.
The Mumbai all-rounder did his best against Bangladesh. He took three wickets for 30 runs.
'I want to do good for the country' Asked if he is trying to get Hardik out of the team, Shivam said, "I don't think this is a chance to remove Hardik but I think the opportunity I have got is good for my country." Will try to do. I have to work for my country and I will try to do it in a better way.
'I am getting full support from Virat and team management'
Shivam is primarily a bowling all-rounder who can bowl big shots. He is aiming to prove himself in three T20 Internationals against the West Indies. He said that he has the support of Virat Kohli and team management.
He said, 'Everyone is encouraging me. There is a lot of support from the captain and team management. This boosts my confidence. That's why I feel happy and relaxed in the dressing room.
'Most important as an all-rounder is to maintain fitness'
Shivam said that fitness is very important in the success of an all-rounder. He said, 'It is always difficult to be an all-rounder. For me, the most important as an all-rounder is to maintain your fitness level because you need to do both batting and bowling. That's why maintaining fitness is the most difficult task.
Hardik recently underwent his back surgery in London.