Want to Work on my Swing Before England Tour: Varun Aaron
Varun Aaron is considered as one of the fastest bowlers around in the country at the moment. Hailing from Jharkhand, Aaron made his first-class debut during the 2008-09 season, but unfortunately, has not played as many matches as he should have, due to injuries. He worked very hard to maintain his pace.A good show in Australia with the India Emerging Players squad earned him a national call-up, where he made his ODI debut against England at Mumbai in 2011. After some month he made his test debut too against West Indies. He made his IPL debut with Delhi in 2011.he missed IPL 5 and 6 for his injuries problem. When he was fit RCB bid for him in 2014 and bought him. He was among highest wicket takers in this IPL.
Indian selectors made an 18 man Indian Team for next England tour. Varun Aaron made his place in Indian team along with other 5 power packed bowlers. Varun Forward will look forward to perform his best in the next tour.
He is very excited to bowl in English condition but his plan is that he will not experiment much experiment. He is working hard on swings as it will work on English pitch which could be the key of fast bowling of this series. In an interview he was asked about experience of England tour, 2011, he replied that he did not get the opportunity to bowl but learned a lot from that series. This year he has no expectation but determined to give his cent percent in the series. In IPL7 he performed wearing the RCB jersey. He took 16 wickets in the tournament.
But it is going to difficult for him to change phase from T20 format to test format. He is working on different length which he going to try in England Series, so he is heading to MRF Pace academy, Chennai to maintain his length. He thinks that every pace bowlers should be aggressive but aggression would come out from his bowling style, bowling plan, not from his attitude. When he was in Kolkata Knight Riders team he has learnt many thing from Wasim Akram. Wasim Akram gave him insights into swing bowling which helped him a lot to improvise his bowling attack. Allan Donald’s tricks and chips also helped him. His back was troublesome in last year so he had an operation on it. Now he is confident about his fitness.
At this moment India need a fast bowler in the team and Varun could fulfill the requirement. He is trying to adjust this morphing from T-20 to Test format. He is really working hard on lengths and swings. He could be the key player of this England Series. let see how he prove himself after returning to the Indian Team from a long gap.
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