“I have developed many areas of my game, and I am getting the runs on the board,” Dube stated.
In the three-match Twenty20 International series between India and Afghanistan, Shivam Dube put on yet another outstanding display on Sunday, hitting an undefeated sixty-three (32b, 5×4, 4×6) to give his team an overwhelming 2-0 lead. He discussed the things that have improved his game with Parthiv Patel and Saba Karim, specialists from Sports18 and JioCinema.
Regarding the scope of his shooting
It brings me joy to continuously raise my level of performance as I go. God gave me the range, and I’ve put a lot of work into it. I am getting runs on the board and have improved in a lot of areas of my game.
On how difficult it is to focus solely on the here and now rather than the upcoming T20 World Cup
I have given the future a lot of thought in the past. However, I’ve come to the realization that I must live in the now. I find that developing my skills is more vital because I have to concentrate on that. I just make an effort to be realistic and concentrate on my tasks.
Regarding how much effort he has put into honing his technique against short balls
I put a lot of effort into it. I was able to dominate every bowler in domestic cricket, but it was difficult to play Indian cricket and the Indian Premier League since bowlers were hitting above 140 km/h. I did a lot of work with side arms, but my approach was more important than anything else.
Regarding the techniques he has used that have produced a notable improvement
This credit belongs to Chennai Super Kings (CSK) and Mahi bhai (MS Dhoni) since I always had this game in me. They have enhanced my best qualities. They have consistently shown me support and expressed their belief in me. Mike Hussey and Stephen Fleming have trusted me.
Regarding his finishing mindset
As a middle-order batter, my role is to take on spinners and enhance the strike rate. However, I concentrate on that while I’m hitting twenty to twenty-five runs. I am striving towards what I have long observed Mahi bhai doing. I have to maintain my composure and concentrate on one ball at a time.