Arshdeep is returning home after spending a lot of time in the IPL but is scheduled to join the Indian team for the series starting on June 9 in Delhi. This season, he bowled more with the old ball than with the new one as the Punjab Kings relied on him a lot in the last overs. Arshdeep, one of the two players retained by the team before the season, bowled at an average of 7.31 in the death overs.
“My role depends on the team,” he said. I have bowled the new ball, in the middle overs and in the last overs. His coach Jaswant says Arshdeep learns new skills in a matter of minutes and was identified during the yorker practice before the IPL.
“I will put one shoe on the crease and the other near the stumps,” Jaswant said. When I was bowling, I used to tell him where to throw the yorker. He will adjust in seconds and the yorker will bowl in the same place. We did the same 20 days before the IPL. The coach, who has been teaching cricket skills to Arshdeep since the age of 13, said, “He comes to Chandigarh daily from Kharar with his mother. Once the bicycle broke, he covered 12 kilometers on foot. It turned out that she would one day do something special.