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Indian bowlers should emulate Mohammed Siraj, according to RP Singh: “Instead of bowling, have workload management for the gym”

<p>The Indian team management has made measures to address the concerns of a packed cricket schedule and the ensuing injury-related breakdown that is affecting players. Fast bowlers and players who routinely play in all three forms are now allowed regular breaks in between series.<img decoding=”async” class=”alignnone wp-image-101653″ src=”×427.jpg” alt=”” width=”1477″ height=”841″ srcset=”×427.jpg 750w,×437.jpg 768w,×85.jpg 150w, 800w” sizes=”(max-width: 1477px) 100vw, 1477px” /></p>
<p>India lacks a top-tier left-arm pacer despite having great right-arm pacers in all forms at their disposal. T Natarajan, Arshdeep Singh, and even Jaydev Unadkat have recently surfaced as potential candidates, but none has been able to put together a streak of noteworthy performances to guarantee their place.</p>
<p>It would be intriguing to see whether Unadkat plays in the current three-match ODI series between India and the West Indies. Unadkat is really a member of the Indian ODI team. While Unadkat, who last played an ODI in 2013, was passed over, India’s first frontline pacers were absent, therefore Mukesh Kumar, another right-arm pacer, was given his debut.</p>
<p>Left-arm pacer and former India cricketer RP Singh claims that bowlers’ development is being hampered by a lack of red-ball cricket.</p>
<p>Singh is also opposed to workload control in terms of bowling since he believes that bowling improves with more practice.</p>
<p>There is a lot of debate about it. We cricketers also talk about this among ourselves. When it comes to bowling, I don’t really think that workload management is a good idea. You should regulate your workload in the gym rather than playing bowling. Actually, bowlers bowl less. Your muscles will become stronger the more you bowl. I completely disagree with the idea,’ Singh was cited by reporter as saying.</p>
<p>“We have moved away from a setup where bowlers would bowl nonstop for an hour and a half in the nets. You can enhance your bowling by doing that. You see, the bowlers must declare their intention to bowl. You need to take care of your bond with the ball. Domestic cricket, which does not include four-day matches, is a significant factor in the scarcity of good pacers, and left-arm pacers in particular, he said.</p>
<p>He used Mohammed Siraj as an example, who was once thought to be just good enough for Test cricket but who later significantly improved his white-ball game by working hard across formats.</p>
<p>“For this reason, left-armers don’t consistently perform; they do so in spurts. You may play Arshdeep in lengthier formats because of his strong T20 performance. They have gone up and down, Mohsin. Siraj arrived, was sometimes pricey, but persevered and gained entry into the Indian teams in all competitions. His graph is increasing. The left-arm pacers must adhere to his graph, according to Singh.</p>
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