IND Vs ENG 2nd Test Indian Batsmen Practice Sweep And Reverse Sweep For England Spinners Second Test theinsiderinsight

India vs England 2nd Test: The Indian team will enter the field in Visakhapatnam with the intention of avenging Hyderabad's defeat. The wounds of the defeat in the first Test played in Hyderabad are deep and that is why the Indian batsmen are busy preparing to counterattack in the second Test to be played in Visakhapatnam. Indian batsmen have prepared a plan to deal with the spinners of England.

Indian batsmen are mostly not seen playing sweep and reverse sweep. He believes more in playing traditional shots. However, for the second test, Indian batsmen will enter the field with a new plan. To deal with the spinners of England, the Indian batsmen practiced extensively in playing sweep shots and reverse sweep shots. Barring captain Rohit Sharma, other batsmen did not play sweep shots against the England spinners.

In the first Test played in Hyderabad, England won by 28 runs. This was only the fourth defeat of the Indian team at home since 2013. England had used sweep and reverse sweep effectively against the Indian spinners in this test.
Shubman Gill, who was looking for rhythm in the team's initial net session on Wednesday, was seen practicing both sweep and reverse sweep shots. Gill is a player who has almost all the shots, but he was criticized for being too defensive in the opening match of the series.

Rajat Patidar, a contender to make his debut in the second Test match starting from Friday, was also seen practicing sweep and reverse sweep. The team's batsmen were not sweeping every ball, but it was much higher than Hyderabad's net session. Sarfaraz Khan, who joined the team for the first time, was also seen taking batting practice. Both he and Patidar were also practicing catching in the slips.

Team's batting coach Vikram Rathod said that players should play according to their strengths. He said, this (sweep and reverse sweep) is not something you can try. You need to practice it. If you have more shots then it is beneficial. We play in a traditional way. Our strength is to play straight with the bat and use our feet. We need to do it well.

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