New Delhi [India], January 13 (Indiaprix): Driven by Krishnamurthy, who has been left out of the Indian Women's Cricket Tour for New Zealand, is responsible for not working well last season, but has decided to improve her performance so that voters will pick her up at the earliest.
Because the Selection Board announced to a limited number of people that they visited New Zealand, the 26-year-old didn't find him. In his opinion, a medium-sized dough knew that there were very few games in the home to make an impact.
In a unique interview, Veda told Indiaprix on Sunday: "I was quite shocked, but at the end of the day it is part of the sport … was the fact that older women in one day in the past are a few games, and then I had the Challenger Trophy. matches, I knew that I had to make a very effect to achieve, to show the electorate that I'm back and in the form, and has much more to offer and I'm right .
Veda takes responsibility for not being productive when a year in Kuala Lumpur, Sri Lanka tour and ICC T20 World Cup in the Caribbean, after an ordinary excursion.
"The former coach Tushar Arothe and Ramesh Powar had made a big difference to me. It's just that I couldn't step in and out of 11 who also played in my mind." The day I had the opportunity to prove everything … I'll take responsibility for not working well, ”Karnataka said.
India's recent campaign at the ICC T20 World Cup ended in the hands of the English semifinals, but it destroyed the people for other reasons. Veteran dough Mithali Raj and former head coach Powar's fiasco led to intense discussions in the cricket brotherhood, which also questioned the differences between the team members.
To put an end to the news about the differences between parents and younger players, the right-hand side reported that the team was united. However, he passed the question of excluding Mithal from the semi-finals.
"We have been together, there are many of us who are good friends too. I really haven't discussed controversy because I had no idea. So there is no point in assuming it. It shouldn't affect, Veda said.
Both captain Mithali and T20 captain of the ODI Harmanpreet KaurHe said, "Mithali is really calm and composition, while Harmanpreet is an aggressive captain. Every individual has different characters. Otherwise, both are really good. I have to play both below. Matters, how they want to go into it and I enjoyed playing both. '
A dispute that called both the Administrative Committee and the Cricket Board in India (BCCI) led to the appointment WV Raman head coach.
When asked about Raman's expectations, the military dough said, "I really haven't had a conversation with him (WV Raman). I happened to meet her in Vijayawada during the Challenger trophy. By the way, I heard that he is a really great coach. I look forward to working with her and getting to know her more so that I can implement it in the game. "
Veda, signed by Hobart Hurricanes for the Women's Big Bash Association (WBBL) for the third edition, could not get another invitation to the ongoing fourth edition, with only two rural women Harmanpreet and Smriti Mandhana.
The game that improves player performance helped Veda "play the game with excellent cricketers and learn a lot of things last year."
Since WBBL the next season moves in a separate window in this year's October and December during the period, a medium-sized batter said: "The next edition is a long time, years, to make it happen I want to focus on that, if I'm okay and successful, and I get to an agreement in the next edition, I am. really happy. "
Like the popularity of WBBL in Australia, Veda believes that women's cricket has sufficient depth to start the T20 League in India.
"There are a lot of games for domestic crickets … where they played four games, now they play eight games. BCCI who really helped us all. I hope they move the same thing and add a couple of tournaments so we can play more games, he said.
"We have such a competitive game. In the Challenger trophy, even though the players did not hit the big points, they went down to the thread. There are many more players who can bring more into the game. With probably four or five teams, we also have international players who bring talent and experience, and how people look at women's cricket, so I think it can happen any time now, I hope it happens much faster, Veda added.
Since India starts a New Zealand tour to play limited matches, the right-hand person said on January 24 that white hellers are a "good thing" and he "looks forward to following the game" national team.
Veda is an older and experienced player who advised young people that "there is a camp before the series where they can get into the depths and do well. I wish them good luck." (I-ALPHA)