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“I don’t think it will be my return or I am focusing on it,” Hardik said. At the moment I just want to live with a positive mindset and I’m not looking forward. I am only focusing on the things that are in my control, that are suitable for my body and that I can contribute to the success of the team.
“If I do well for the Gujarat Titans in the IPL, things will be fine for the future,” he said. I’m focusing on just one thing at the moment. It will be important for me to always be available to the team players. I want to give players the security and freedom to play as they please.
Hardik has moved from Grade A to Grade C in the BCCI’s central agreement. He recently assessed his fitness at the National Cricket Academy (NCA) in Bengaluru and easily passed the ‘Yo-Yo’ test as he tried his hand at bowling. “I am looking forward to this IPL because I have been away from the game for a long time,” he said. It’s very exciting for me, after three months of hard work I will get to see where I really am.
“I have learned that results do not matter because hard work alone does not guarantee you success but you can achieve success by following the right process,” said Hardik. The Gujarat Titans will take on the new Lokesh Rahul-led team Lucknow Super Giants in the first match of their IPL campaign on March 28.