‘Rishabh Will Be India’s Future Captain, He Has A Smart Brain’: Yuvraj Singh

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India's Future Captain According To Yuvraj Singh
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Rishabh Pant has proven to be a match-winner for India. His approach to things at such a young age has gained him a lot of praise. Rishabh Pant, on the other hand, found it difficult to establish himself in the Indian team. He was repeatedly criticized for losing his wicket and playing a few needless strokes. Let’s look at Who is India’s Future Captain According To Yuvraj Singh

Pant continued to be teased for his weight concerns after that, and the 2020 edition of the IPL proved to be a difficult one for him. Eventually, he completely transformed his reputation when he traveled to Australia for India’s tour and stunned the hosts’ bowlers with all of his power. He appeared unstoppable, and what he created at the Gabba became a global phenomenon.

Pant has grown in his ways, according to former Indian batsman Yuvraj, he appears to be an interesting choice to be India’s captain in the future. Pant has been equated to great wicketkeeper-batsman Adam Gilchrist, according to Singh, who has played a key role in India’s two World Cup victories (2007 and 2011).

India’s Future Captain According To Yuvraj Singh

“I see someone, Rishabh Pant, who like Adam Gilchrist who can change the course of the game. Gilchrist changed the course of the game in Test cricket when he came onto the scene. And I feel Rishabh can do the same”.

“I also see Rishabh as a potential Indian captain. Because he is jumpy, chirpy, and talks around. But I feel he surely has a smart brain as well because I saw him when he was captaining in the IPL for Delhi Capitals. He did an incredible job. So, people should look at him as the next captain of the Indian team in the coming years,” Yuvraj Singh expressed his views in an Interview.

Pant is now in England, and his performance in India’s crucial Test series against the hosts, which begins on August 4, will be interesting to watch.

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