After the disheartening ICC Cricket World Cup 2019, the Indian team will like to win the victory in next year’s T20 World Cup which has been scheduled in Australia. The men in blue last won an ICC title in 2013. They would be desperate to get the title of next year’s big assignment. The allrounder Hardik Pandya, who is under a rehabilitation period after the surgery, has cleared his motive to win the trophy of next year’s T20 World Cup in Australia after his comeback.
Hardik Pandya’s back injury resurfaced before the South Africa Test series as he was ruled out of the game. He first sustained that injury during the Asia Cup 2018 in UAE. The Baroda player recovered and played the IPL 2019 and the ICC World Cup 2019 but got back the pain in the home series. After discussing with the BCCI, the player finally underwent successful surgery in London.
“I might be better cricketer” Hardik Pandya after comeback
Injuries and surgeries are like breakers for the sportsperson to get back in the game. However, Hardik Pandya takes his break to improve himself. He is assured that he will be back as a better cricketer when he makes a comeback.
“I don’t think I will be the same player, I might be a better cricketer when I come back. That is my theory and the important part will be to come strongly because everything now comes down to the body because cricket-skills wise I have been playing since when I was 14, so, cricket you don’t forget. Making a comeback from the injury is what is important,” he smiled.
Baroda player wants to win T20 World Cup
While talking to Hindustan Times, Hardik Pandya has revealed that he will return to the Indian team before the New Zealand tour in early next year. He is coming back with the mission to win the T20 World Cup 2020 trophy. He wants to contribute his best to win the title in Australia.
“I want to win the World T20 and that is the plan. Have come close to it many times — the Champions Trophy in 2017 and sadly missed the 2019 World Cup. Our game might suit Australia. I wish to help the team get the trophy,” he said.