Bhuvneshwar Kumar has made an impressive return in India’s white-ball cricket against England. The 31-year-old senior player aiming to chalk out the IPL which helps him stay in contention for the six Test matches in the United Kingdom.
He has had a lot of injury issue for the past two years and being out of the national team.
Asked if he is still thinking about making comeback in Tests, Bhuvneshwar replied, “Of course, red-ball cricket is on my radar. I will prepare to keep the red ball in mind. Although what kind of team will be selected for Tests matches is an entirely different scenario”
“My workload management and training during IPL will be keeping red-ball in mind because I know there’s a lot of Tests ahead and my priority still is Test cricket”.
“So from my end, I will do everything to get ready for the Test series”, Bhuvneshwar said during the virtual conference.
However, while he would prepare in earnest, Bhuvneshwar doesn’t want to make too many plans as they can always come a cropper due to various reasons.
“I have stopped making long term plans as in the past when I have done that, things haven’t gone in my favour. Be it because of injury or form.
“But yes workload management is something, I will be seriously monitoring along with the team management”.
So yes, since I was unfit for a long time, I had to ensure that I put a lot of emphasis on being fit.
We have a lot of cricket ahead along with England tour, so I will try and keep myself fit,” Bhuvneshwar said.
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