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newscricket2 months ago

IPL 2021 | Worked on my batting technique after getting dropped in Australia, admits Prithvi Shaw

Prithvi Shaw, who has admitted that he started worrying about his technique after the Australia tour revealed that he had worked a bit on his batting technique, to eliminate the error in trigger movement. Shaw also added that the plan against Punjab was to just time the ball well on a good wicket.
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newscricket4 months ago

IPL 2021 | DC would be looking to acquire some back-up players in the Auction, reveals Mohammad Kaif

Mohammad Kaif has revealed that the Delhi Capitals would be looking to acquire some back-up players in Thursday’s IPL Auction, with the core of the team already set in stone. Assistant coach Pravin Amre suggested that Delhi’s success in the past season has been down to their planning.
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newscricket5 months ago

IPL 2021 | Delhi Capitals rope in Pravin Amre as assistant coach for upcoming season

Pravin Amre will be assisting Ricky Ponting in the upcoming edition of the Indian Premier League as Delhi Capitals announced the signing of the Mumbaikar on Wednesday. Earlier, Amre worked with Mumbai Indians as a talent scout before joining Delhi Capitals in the Head Scout capacity.
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newscricket5 months ago

IND vs AUS | Ajinkya Rahane has always been a team man; always ready with plans, credits Pravin Amre

Having witnessed Ajinkya Rahane’s growth from close quarters, Pravin Amre has credited the right-hander as a team man and also insisted that he is always ready with a set of plans. He also stated that he was mightily impressed by Rahane’s instinct to trust both Gill and Siraj on their debut.
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newscricketa year ago

Pursued my Test dream at the wrong time, feels Robin Uthappa

Robin Uthappa, who made his ODI debut for India way back in 2006 against England in Indore, has stated that his dream to become a Test cricketer forced him to alter his game late in his career but it didn’t work out. Uthappa further added that he wanted to have no regrets at the end of his career.
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featurecricketa year ago

A Shreyas Iyer century that was five years in making

When you take a turn to Worli from the backside of Shivaji Park Maidan in Mumbai, the first thing that will attract your attention is a big Bal Thackeray statue. You can find a man, selling Vada Pav there, happily reminiscing about many tales of Mumbai’s Maidan cricket culture.
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newscricketa year ago

Pravin Amre set to join Mumbai Indians as talent scout

Pravin Amre, who recently parted ways with Delhi Capitals, is all set to join Mumbai Indians as a talent scout which also has the likes of John Wright, Kiran More, Abey Kuruvilla and TA Sekhar. The four-time IPL champions had shown interest in hiring him for the past couple of years.
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newscricket2 years ago

Ajinkya Rahane’s valuable practice with Dukes ball in difficult conditions paid off, says Praveen Amre

Ajinkya Rahane’s personal coach Praveen Amre reckons that his hard work throughout the year with the Dukes ball in difficult conditions has paid off in the first Test against the West Indies. Man-of-the-match Rahane steered India to a huge win with his 81 and 102 in either inning.
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newscricket2 years ago

WI vs IND | Always knew a hundred was around the corner for Ajinkya Rahane, says Pravin Amre

Former Indian cricketer Pravin Amre has said that he was always confident of his protege Ajinkya Rahane turning things around, post the batsman's century at Antigua. Furthermore, Amre also said that Rohit Sharma deserved an opportunity for his showing at the World Cup which saw him score 5 hundreds.
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newscricket2 years ago

Jonty Rhodes and incumbent candidates appear for support staff interviews

Jonty Rhodes and the incumbents, including the under-pressure Sanjay Bangar, appeared for interviews conducted with regard to the Indian team's support staff selection on Tuesday. The MSK Prasad-led committee had completed a total of 18 interviews for batting and bowling coaches on Monday.
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