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Johanna Konta (GBR), hasn’t confirmed the report about the baby’s name. agar mai Chinaman nahi fek raha hota aur fast bowling daal raha hota to mai kahi nahi khel paata.(This is the truth this was my dream Had I never bowled Chinaman and had continued with fast bowling I wouldn’t have played anywhere) You impressed Sachin Tendulkar in the nets It was my first day I had flown back from Australia after playing U-19s On the first day the Mumbai Indians manager called me up in the morning and said Sachin Paaji will bat in the nets at around 1 PM you have to come to bowl I went blank I have to bowl to Sachin Tendulkar At that time I just kept thinking how do I bowl what do I plan Then I went to the nets bowled to him and got him out too That was the best moment for me at that time I was really happy Then I spoke to (Sachin) sir he asked me about the U-19 series and what’s happening there I told him it didn’t go well for me I just scalped three wickets from two matches it wasn’t my best He replied saying don’t worry you are bowling well just work on it and he told me many small things He asked me to talk to the other players there is Bhajju pa he told me to talk to him and learn from him He spoke with me for 10-15 minutes at that time I was silent and wasn’t able to speak anything So it was a big thing for me that I met him and spoke to him Which delivery did you bowl A wrong’un or a Chinaman No I bowled him a normal Chinaman ball he got an inside edge onto his stumps He was very impressed that someone was bowling Chinaman he had played only Brad Hogg before this You were the highest wicket-taker and the highest run-getter for UP in the Ranji Trophy and you also had a good Duleep Trophy What would you credit these performances to When the IPL ended I was in constant touch with Adrian sir I worked a lot on my fitness After IPL I just concentrated on training and bowling all the time These were the only two things I was into But as the Duleep Trophy approached I felt light bowled with ease and my fitness levels had gone up I was fielding gracefully and never felt weak So my biggest secret was that I was extremely fit Even when I bowled long spells I didn’t feel tired The biggest secret was that I was training regularly and when the Duleep Trophy was about to start I was well prepared for it Before that I had gone for my fitness tests in NCA and even my results were good And then Duleep Trophy started I felt very confident and ready for a good performance I followed the same thing during the Ranji Trophy I was regularly training and even between the matches I continued training I never felt weak and I continued following a proper diet which allowed me to play well later on Did you make any technical changes Obviously I spent a lot of time with Kapil sir so I trained a lot with him Also I was bowling with him so I was talking a lot to him about what all improvements are needed in my bowling I was bowling for an hour in the nets I was bowling normal balls and sharpening my variation but I never tried something new I just kept practicing and then the season came and I played well What are the various deliveries you can bowl There are a lot of variations like the Chinaman the wrong’un flipper and top-spin Also I just learned how Hogg bowls his flipper It is difficult but I keep on practicing things will improve slowly and it will be quite an effective ball What do you do when the pitch doesn’t assist you What is your lethal weapon then Actually sometimes it happens that bowlers don’t get supporting wickets so it’s best to contain runs which I find it difficult to do I have tried it sometimes If you want to try and contain you must take wickets If you take wickets runs will automatically be contained So whenever I get a batting wicket I focus on trying to bowl good-length balls don’t provide room to the batsman If he hits a good shot it does not matter that your ball was good So that has been my plan – to bowl in a particular section of the pitch stop runs from both sides keep the batsmen under pressure which will give you the upper hand and chances of getting them out We saw in the practice match against England at the Brabourne Stadium you took 5 wickets How did you succeed against such an aggressive batting line-up I was not selected for the ODIs but I was in India A so I was happy that I got a chance to prove myself and finally my dream of playing under Mahi bhai (MS Dhoni) would be turning into a reality So I was really happy when I got the chance but at the same time I was also eager to perform and to impress Mahi bhai behind the stumps I was like this is the match where I have to bowl well When I came on to bowl I already had a plan ready as to what type of delivery to bowl to a particular batsman and the field set up So I went on with my plan and spoke to Mahi bhai at regular intervals in between overs where he used to advise me on how to bowl to a particular batsman whom to bowl slow in the air and against which batsman I should vary my pace His suggestions were really helpful and it was an honour to play under Mahi bhai’s captaincy I got to learn a lot how he he keeps calm and cool under pressure and the way he handles the bowlers is amazing As I kept on taking wickets he was getting happy Everything was going according to the proper plan So what was Dhoni’s best suggestion to you While I was bowling I bowled a couple of faster balls to a batsman Mahi bhai advised me to bowl slower through the air and not fast because the faster ones were coming nicely onto the batsman’s bat So I varied my pace and I got the wicket through a slow delivery with a tinge of flight He was continuously advising me for example when Alex Hales was batting he told me to change the field and get someone up inside the circle so I brought point up; when Jason Roy was batting he advised me to to keep the point fielder deep and bring mid-off up There was a plan and it went on like that It was going the same way as Dhoni was telling you. Yes just like the way I was talking and I never felt like I was playing with Mahi bhai for the first time All my suggestions were approved by Mahi and his suggestions were also acknowledged And there was a good understanding while I was talking to him he was understanding my points and even I was listening closely to what he had to say It was the best thing So would you say the way Dhoni reads the game from behind the stumps is brilliant Absolutely unbelievable Mahi bhai was planning and I was executing So it was a good thing that I played under his captaincy Before this I was in the national squad but never got the opportunity but when I played I got the idea of bowling The way Mahi bhai handles the bowlers it was a great experience for me It was an emotional match the stadium was full as it was his last match as captain So were you emotional too Obviously I kept thinking I wouldn’t be playing under Mahi Bhai’s captaincy anymore but at the same time I was happy that I played in his last match Maybe if I hadn’t been selected for India A I would’ve never played under him So I was happy to play with him and learned a lot Emotions were all over the place and players including me thought that I won’t be playing ahead How much confidence did that game against England give you Yes a lot I was expecting a call for the England T20s I felt that I could succeed against the England batsmen I had the confidence to take wickets and trap them with all the weapons that I possess So yes confidence is always high when you are bowling against an international side and scalping important wickets That’s how confidence comes in England is a strong team one of the best teams in ODIs at least in the top four So confidence comes in if you take top four-five wickets which is a big thing We also saw that you did pretty well in the Duleep Trophy where the pink ball was used and even in the Ranji Trophy Tell us how different it is to bowl with different balls It is very different If you bowl with a pink ball it becomes difficult for the spinners it’s difficult to grip the Kookaburra ball it doesn’t seam much Pink ball is a bit hard and because of the dew factor during the night it becomes difficult to grip It was a decent performance as a day-night match was happening for the first time and it doesn’t really matter to me if I am bowling with a pink or a red ball I had just one thing on my mind and that was to take wickets Yuvi Paa (Yuvraj Singh) motivated me a lot he showed a lot of faith in me when I played under him and he had the belief in my wicket-taking abilities So whenever we went past eight overs he passed the ball to me and told me to take wickets So it was a big thing for me that Yuvi Pa stood with me He made me bowl longer spells and then also asked me to tell him whenever I feel tired So a captain’s role is the most important role if you play in any team From taking wickets to planning the captain has a big role to play Who has been your biggest inspiration so far As I play for my state so (Suresh) Raina Bhai is always there for me Rest whomsoever I meet Yuvi Pa supports me a lot Mahi bhai spoke with me many times the more I meet people the more I learn from them And most of the times Raina Bhai always speaks to me we are always in touch He’s like an elder brother He is there for you helping you all the time So obviously you have a senior player to monitor you who is calling and explaining things for improvements It feels very good You did well with the bat too this season Talk about your batting Obviously when I started playing cricket I was scoring runs in the U-16 and U-19 also but I just had to convert it on a bigger stage My coach always believed that I’m a good batsman When you are scoring 30-50 runs you can score 100 also That was on my mind and when I played for KKR Simon Katich helped me a lot with my batting; I practiced a lot with him Whenever I wasn’t playing a match I used to do batting drills along with bowling with the Australian Then in the Duleep Trophy I spoke largely about batting with Yuvi Bhai When I played well in the tournament it gave (me) lot of confidence as I had had faced quality bowlers When the Ranji Trophy began I managed to score 45 runs in the first match and my confidence level went sky high In total I scored some 70-80 runs Then in the next matches I got out on 70- 80 I was disappointed as I would’ve reached 100 Again in the next match I was out on 40 I was getting good starts but failing to convert them Against Punjab I got out for 80 and Yuvi Pa shouted at me saying that I played a bad shot and got out Then I realised that I played a bad shot and Yuvi got angry After that I scored 120 in the next match So batting is natural for me but I had to develop patience and Katich taught me how to play short balls with ease So that’s what I applied and scored well in the season What would you want to call yourself A bowling all-rounder or just pure bowler I see myself as a bowling all-rounder A bowler who can bat Obviously first priority is bowling My job is to take wickets and while at the crease I have to bat like a proper batsman No batsman would like to get out early How much has batting helped your bowling and vice versa Sometimes when you don’t bowl well you don’t get wickets so that is the time where I think I will cover it up with my batting for the team These two go hand in hand which make a perfect all-rounder It feels great And technically do you think to not bowl in a particular area because you know the batsman can hit a shot Of course there is a lot of advantage when your batting is good So there is a fair idea where to bowl a left-hander and where he will face issues just the way I do as a batsman Everybody’s strength and weaknesses are different So you have a slight advantage if you bat properly and have an idea of bowling correctly What was the biggest thing you learnt from Hogg while in KKR The biggest thing for me was the way a 45-year-old Hogg remains involved in the game and that is the one thing I’ve been thinking of To be as involved as him I have also learnt a lot in the bowling department How to read the batsman how to plan to the next one and how to bowl if the batsman is looking to attack There is a difference between our style of bowling He bowls a bit faster than what I do He knows it and I know it We worked a lot on variation – the wrong’un and the flipper He provided me immense support during nets where he backed me with various drills and bowling methods that were helpful Are you still in touch with him Obviously even now he follows me a lot I received a message from him when I took five-for against England During the Ranji season he was very happy with my all-round performance Even Katich messaged which means people are following you It feels good to know that What do you do to switch off from the game Obviously I love football I don’t watch cricket that much but I watch a lot of football play games on PlayStation 4 watch movies I love watching movies I’m a huge Barcelona fan so I don’t miss any of the their matches even though it’s at late in the night In the Premier League I support Liverpool What’s the next step for Kuldeep Yadav Every game is important for me You can’t perform in every match but you can always give your 100 percent Performance is a normal thing If you play good you will perform well So my goal stays that whenever I play I give my 100 percent I don’t think about the selections because it’s something not in my hands I would love to give 100 percent in bowling and batting There are times when you don’t get wickets and there are times when you get heaps of wickets This is what the game is all about So all I want to do is perform at and give my best in every match Written by Tavleen Singh | Published: July 25 2010 3:07 am Related News There is much about American policy in South Asia that is mysterious and mystifying but Hillary Clintons offer to help Pakistan sell 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of Mantos villagers The International Herald Tribune had a huge story last Wednesday that talked about the Kishenganga Dam as if it were some new weapon against Pakistan There has been much fuss in the Pakistani press about the issue of water and only a handful of commentators have pointed out that Pakistans water problems are the result of mismanagement What everyone seems to have forgotten is that water was raised by Pakistan as an issue only because 26/11 became too serious for Pakistani Generals to pretend that their foreign policy did not use jihadi groups as a strategic asset. and his words afforded? or else.. 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“Skyfall” topped the poll, Bhamara, There? Equally,000 coins including the gold coin of Kumar Gupta.