Indian middle order batsman shreyas iyer He believes that while coming out to bat in ODIs, the focus should be on scoring runs on every ball.
Iyer has been a key figure in India’s middle order for ODIs in 2022, scoring 724 runs in 15 innings at an average of 55.69.
in ODIs against Sri LankaIyer has two scores of 28. But his ability to rotate strike and bat well against spin in the middle overs is something that will come in handy on Indian pitches when the 2023 ODI World Cup is held in the country in October and November.
“When I go out to bat, I look to score runs on every ball. I see that the pace is on my side. My approach is to chase the balls. In ODIs, if you start, you have to do it. Gotta see.” That you keep the rhythm and don’t complicate things,” he said in a pre-match interaction with the broadcasters.
Iyer said that with a busy cricket schedule and high competition for ODI batting spots, it is important to grab every opportunity that comes his way. “Depends on the workload. If we travel a lot, I try and give my body a rest.”
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“Otherwise I get a good hit to see my eyes. I don’t think about the past or the future, but live in the moment and try to seize every opportunity I get.”
India have already won the series thanks to victories in Guwahati and Kolkata. A win in the third ODI at the Greenfield International Stadium in Thiruvananthapuram would give India a 3-0 series win, having clinched the T20I series 2-1 against the same team earlier this month.
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