IND vs AUS: Now defeating India is a left-handed game for Australia, ‘R Ashwin’ is training!


4 Test series will be played between India and Australia from February 9
Australia made foolproof plan to deal with Indian spinner
Australian team taking help of ‘R Ashwin’ for Test series

New Delhi. The Border-Gavaskar Trophy of 4 Tests between India and Australia will start from 9 February. The first test will be played in Nagpur. The Australia team started its preparation for this Test series. But this time Australia decided not to play tour matches and focused only on training. Pat Cummins’s Australian team has camped in Bengaluru and is making special preparations to deal with the Indian spin bowlers. For this, he has taken the support of R Ashwin. Yes Ashwin. Now you must also be wondering why Team India’s off-spinner Ashwin is helping the Australian batsmen. So tell that those who are helping the Australia team are duplicates of Ashwin. The name of this bowler is Mahesh Pithia. Who plays domestic cricket on behalf of Baroda.

That’s why Mahesh Pithia is getting the Australian batsmen to practice. Because he is also an off-spinner like Ashwin and his action is very similar to Ashwin. For this reason, he is called duplicate of Ashwin. Like Ashwin, he also troubles the left-handed batsmen a lot. But the interesting thing is that Mahesh did not see Ashwin bowling till the age of 11. Because there was no TV in his house.

Mahesh made his first class debut last year
Mahesh saw R Ashwin bowling for the first time in 2013 against the West Indies. That was the time when he considered R Ashwin as his idol and since then started following this veteran off-spinner. In December last year, Mahesh made his first-class debut for Baroda.

How did Mahesh reach the Australia team?
R Ashwin will be the biggest threat for Australia in the Border-Gavaskar Test series. As soon as the Australian team came to know about Ashwin’s duplicate. He immediately called him for training. It was Pritesh Joshi who named Pithia in front of Australia’s assistant coach Andre Borevitch, who is himself a part of Australia’s training camp.

Mahesh is training left handed batsmen
Mahesh is specially training the Australian left-handed batsmen in training. Because the Australia team has left-handed batsmen like David Warner, Matt Renshaw, Travis Head and Usman Khawaja and Ashwin can become a problem for these batsmen. That’s why Mahesh Pithia is preparing these batsmen on the specially prepared turning track in Alur. He bowled on the nets for hours without getting tired.

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Two weeks ago, a Ranji Trophy match was played at the Vidarbha Cricket Stadium in Nagpur. In this, the Gujarat team was dismissed for 54 runs while chasing 72 runs. 9 wickets were taken by the left arm spinner. India also has left arm spinners in the form of Ravindra Jadeja and Kuldeep Yadav. The first Test between India and Australia is to be played here. In such a situation, the Australian camp is scared about the spin bowlers of India. That’s why Ashwin, if not his duplicate, got involved in formulating a winning strategy.

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