Team India's new bowling spearhead Jaydev Unadkat says variations are a bowler's biggest asset in the T20 format and he is banking on that subtle skill to prolong his stay in the Indian team. Unadkat has broken into the Indian T20 team on the back of consistent performances on the domestic circuit, including the IPL. Has been doing a decent job ever
"Variations are most important for a bowler in this format. You talk about playing with the batsman's mind and you can only do that with variations," Unadkat said on eve of India's match against Sri Lanka in the Nidahas Trophy.
"You can see how hard batsmen are going at us in the Powerplay in this tournament. It is up to us how we come out of it and don't allow them to hit. I back myself to do that," said the left-arm pacer, who banks on his slower balls and cutters to deceive the batsmen.
In the absence of senior bowlers, Unadkat opened the bowling alongside offie Washington Sundar in the first two games of Nidahas trophy.