Ajin Cara Hane, who scored a good score in overseas exams, is attracting attention again, but this time her leadership is also praised.
The Mumbai Batter took on the captain’s duty after Vi Ratkoli returned home on parental leave. He had the extra burden of pulling the team out of the terrible horrific situation of the Adelaide ruin. While many did not offer India’s scope of return, Rahane had the opportunity to prove they were wrong.
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At Melbourne Cricket Ground, his brave 12th test ton changed the team’s fortune, pursuing perfect revenge in Australia and leveling the series 1-1.
In light of Rahane’s readiness for this uphill operation, his coach and former Indian cricketer Praveen Amre said that before leaving India, his disciple was alone on the net.
“Ajin Kya was alone (in practice). He knew what he was doing and asked my thrower to bowl in this area and in that area. He wanted to practice this kind of ball,” Amre quoted Sports Today.
The former cricketer said that Rahane had done a lot of blows to his body because he knew Rahane was facing such a situation.
“He reduced the reaction time when preparing for a practice session. He was ready to hit his body because he knew there would be a session in Australia where he had to hit his body to survive in that session,” Amre added.
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“I thought that was what he did before he went, and I was really happy how he was preparing. Because Ajinkya’s story is that he was successful because he prepared really well for each tour,” added Amre.
After defeating Australia in 8th week in the Boxing Day test, India is preparing for the third match in the series at the Sydney Cricket Ground starting January 7.