Arshdeep Singh IPL 2022: In the death overs, the batsmen were craved for each, Arshdeep Singh said – yoga and meditation behind success

New Delhi: India’s young left-arm fast bowler Arshdeep Singh said that he found concentration through yoga and meditation. This helped in bowling the perfect yorker. Arshdeep has got a place in India’s T20 squad for the series against South Africa. The 23-year-old fast bowler admitted that he got success in the IPL but everything had to be earned through his hard work.

The ability to bowl yorkers according to his wish may be natural, but before the IPL, he hone it with his personal coach Jaswant Rai. Yoga and meditation also helped to stay calm in times of pressure. Arshdeep said, ‘Meditation makes the mind clear. There is no substitute for this clarity in a pressure situation. Staying calm in such moments helps a lot. Arshdeep is resting after returning home after spending a lot of time in the IPL but has to join the Indian team for the series starting June 9 in Delhi.

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Amazing bowling in the death overs
This season, he bowled more with the old ball than the new ball as Punjab Kings relied heavily on him in the last overs. Arshdeep, one of the two players retained by the team ahead of the season, scored 7 in the death overs. Bowled at an average of 31. He said, ‘My role depends on the team combination. I have bowled in the new ball, in the middle overs and also in the last overs. His coach Jaswant says that Arshdeep learns new skills within minutes and its hallmark was found during yorker practice before IPL.

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Arshdeep specializes in accurate yorkers
Jaswant said, ‘I would put one shoe on the crease and the other near the stump. While bowling I used to tell him where to bowl the yorker. He would adjust in seconds and bowl the yorker at the same spot. We did the same for 20 days before IPL. The coach, who has been teaching Arshdeep the skills of cricket since the age of 13, said, “He comes daily from Kharar to Chandigarh with his mother. Once the cycle broke down, he covered 12 kms on foot. From then on it came to know that he will do something special one day.