Spinner Kuldeep Yadav likes to reflect on his mistakes when things are not in his favor | Kuldeep Yadav said of his failures: ‘When the circumstances are not right, I watch out for mistakes’

Kolkata: Indian spinner Kuldeep Yadav has said that what he does when he doesn’t have the chance to play for Team India. He said that when the going is bad he likes to be careful of his mistakes.

26-year-old Kuldeep Yadav hasn’t been able to find a place in the game in any form of the Indian squad for some time. He only had the chance to star in One Day in Canberra during the recent Australia tour.

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The Chinese bowler, who has made 6 tryouts for India, can be included in the game XI for the first cricket tryout match against England from February 5 as Ravindra Jadeja is not available for the first 2 games due to injury.

The left arm spinner said in a video posted to the Kolkata Knight Riders website: “There is an opportunity when you are not able to perform well and this is when you pay attention to your mistakes. and gain experience not to repeat these mistakes in the future.

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The last 2 seasons in IPL have not been good for Kuldeep. He was only able to take 4 wickets in 9 matches in 2019, while in the IPL in the United Arab Emirates last year, he only took one wicket in 4 matches. Kuldeep retained Kuldeep in their squad ahead of the 2021 IPL auction.

The spinner said: “I’ve been playing for KKR for 7 years and as a senior player I should always do well. It’s a challenge, but you have to constantly improve your game to be able to maintain your level. This is really important because franchise cricket would be tough in which a lot of expectations are raised on your part.
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