Wish to carry my good form to WT20, says Shikhar
Hoping to carry his great run of form to the Asia Cup and World T20, India opener Shikhar Dhawan on Monday said keeping things simple and "doing the basics right" has worked in his favour.
Dhawan was involved in a candid chat with his opening partner Rohit Sharma following India's comprehensive nine- wicket win over Sri Lanka in Visakhapatnam last night, which gave the home side the three-match Twenty20 series 2-1.
"First of all I am very fortunate that my teammate is saying that my form is very important for my team. And yeah, I am just keeping it quite simple, making sure that I am doing the basics right, just timing the ball rather than look to hit the ball," Dhawan told his interviewer, Sharma on this instance, in a viedo posted on 'bcci.tv'.
The Delhi boy added: "Of course, in this format we have to hit big ones too. I make sure that I play less dot balls so pressure doesn't build on me that much." The 30-year-old Dhawan smashed his way to a maiden half-century in the slam-bang format in the second game and then came up with a run-a-ball 46 to wrap up the game and series in India's favour in the final T20.
As Sharma showered praises on his teammate, Dhawan urged the Indian fans to gear up some exciting times ahead in next month's big-ticket tournament.