Indian fast bowler Mohammad Shami has returned back to bowling. Shami had earlier uploaded his videos in which he was doing some running at his farmhouse. However, this time, the gun fast bowler was bowling and uploaded almost a one-minute long video. Shami is seen bowling in the groove and it is good that he is keeping himself at the top of his game.
As the coronavirus situation has gone from bad to worse, not all the Indian players have been able to train regularly. However, as Shami is living at his farmhouse, he is been able to train consistently. In fact, earlier India’s bowling coach Bharat Arun stated that it will take fast bowlers at least six to eight weeks to get themselves match ready for the Test fold.
Mohammad Shami has been training regularly
As Shami is practicing regularly, he would be able to hit the ground running as compared to players, who have not had access to outdoor training in the recent past.
Meanwhile, Mohammad Shami is a pivotal cog of India’s fast bowling unit. Shami has an upright seam position and he gets help from the surface. The right-arm pacer has a smooth action and thus he is able to yield consistent pace to trouble the batsmen.
The Bengal pacer has done well in ODI and Test format as he has bowled at the top of his mark. Shami had scalped 16 wickets on the previous tour of Australian in 2018-19 and he would like to replicate his performance later in the year.
The ace paceman will like to be at his best and he has all the skills under his belt. Shami has thus far snared 180 wickets in 49 Test matches at an average of 27.4. The fast bowler has also bagged 144 wickets in 77 ODI matches at an average of 25.42.
Here is Shami’s video:
Quality practice session 🏏at my farmhouse 🏡all brothers together pic.twitter.com/UZiG0HEf0y
— Mohammad Shami (@MdShami11) July 2, 2020