Alyssa Healy is gearing up for Australia’s upcoming sequence towards India Women.© Twitter
Australia opening batter Alyssa Healy has stated that she desires to emulate Rohit Sharma’s batting fashion with a view to obtain success throughout all of the codecs of the sport. Australia will probably be taking over India in a multi-format sequence, comprising three ODIs, a one-off Day-Night Test and three T20 Internationals (T20Is). The first ODI will probably be performed on September 21. “It’s a difficult one as a result of I’ve solely performed 4 Tests so I would not say I’m overly comfy with how one can play or how one can method a Test,” Healy stated at a Fox Cricket launch occasion for the sequence, as reported by ESPNcricinfo.
“From my perspective, I do not assume it should change an excessive amount of from my one-day worldwide batting. I feel the flexibility to offer your self extra time is such a blessing,” she stated.
“I have a look at the trendy Test recreation and see the way it’s modified quite a bit. I watch plenty of the boys’s cricket and I have a look at somebody like Rohit Sharma who is likely one of the most devastating white-ball batters on the planet and but he is a very profitable opener in Test cricket. So for me, I stated have a look at anyone like him and take into consideration how he interprets these abilities throughout all of the codecs, may I probably replicate that someway,” she added.
Talking in regards to the upcoming sequence towards India, Healy stated: “Sometimes a little bit of the unknown and the unpredictable nature of India makes them extremely harmful. They’ve picked just a few new gamers that we’ve not seen earlier than on this tour.”
“So they all the time love throwing one thing new at us, even whether it is Poonam Yadav, she all the time has one thing new to throw at us, simply to kick us off observe once more,” she added.
Australia will play an intra-squad recreation on Thursday after which, the sequence towards India will begin on September 21.
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