Hardik Pandya on his Comeback: Woke up at 5 am every day, no one knows the sacrifices I made, IND vs SA

Hardik Pandya on his Comeback Woke up at 5 am every day, no one knows the sacrifices I made IND vs SA

Hardik Pandya on his Comeback: India played their first of five T20I home series against South Africa on 9th June in Delhi. The team had plenty of modifications in their squad, with current captain Rohit Sharma and former captain Virat Kohli not present as the playing members. KL Rahul was named the captain before he left the position due to an injury. Rishabh Pant filled his shoes, and Hardik Pandya became the vice-captain of the home series against South Africa.

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Hardik Pandya

Hardik Pandya made a comeback to the Indian team after departing from it for a long time. He last played an international game back in ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2021. Pandya showed poor performance and played the games with several health problems. He took a break from playing internationally and announced his entry into IPL 2022. It led to him testing his performance for India. Hardik was the captain of a new team Gujarat Titans, and led his team to become the victors of the IPL trophy 2022. His captaincy and performance shocked the fans as he was way ahead in his matches. 

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Hardik Pandya

Hardik Pandya is included in the playing squad in the South Africa tour of India. He had a chat with the BCCI about his presence in Delhi for the first game against South Africa. “A lot of things were said about me before I made a comeback. For me, it was never about giving them answers. I was proud of the process I followed, no one knows exactly what I went through during the six months off,” Hardik Pandya said in the interview.

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Hardik Pandya on his Comeback: Woke up at 5 am every day, no one knows the sacrifices I made, IND vs SA

He further added,“ I knew that kind of hard work I did. In my life, I have always worked hard and not worried about the results. I have worked genuinely hard and honestly. That’s the reason I don’t get too excited when I do something special. It is not about that particular moment, it’s about the journey that kind of comes with it.”

”World Cup Is The Goal” Pandya said, stating his ultimate aim, and to give his everything.

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