‘His stance is good for T20 but…’ Sunil Gavaskar points out SKY’s technical issue following Vizag slump

India cricket legend Sunil Gavaskar has pointed out faults in Suryakumar Yadav’s batting technique next his successive failure versus Mitchell Starc in the ODI sequence. A great deal like how he obtained out plumb in the first ODI at the Wankhede Stadium, Starc received Surya trapped in entrance in the very same way in Sunday’s sport on a to start with-ball duck. Next Australia’s large 10-wicket acquire about India in Vizag, Gavaskar suggested the having difficulties India batter should work on his stance and procedure work with the batting coach.

The leading-rated T20I batter in the planet, Suryakumar, unsuccessful to replicate his form in the prolonged white-ball structure. With both equally Shreyas Iyer and Rishabh Pant out because of to accidents, India roped in Surya to fill the number four slot – only for him to deal with the wrath for the technological deficiency in his batting. As he couldn’t go his toes and provide the bat down in time to not allow for the in-swinging supply to trap him in entrance, Surya was remaining questioning what more could go mistaken than to get out in the similar method on the first supply in two straight matches.

Pursuing his dismissal, he seemed dejected, so have been the lovers and the commentators sitting inside.

Known to be amid the most-technically sound batters in planet cricket, Gavaskar pin-pointed where by SKY is battling in ODIs. Talking to Star Sports activities just after the ODI that saw India losing with 234 balls remaining, Gavaskar stated Suryakumar’s stance is an open one particular – which could get the job done nicely in T20s but not in ODIs. The batting fantastic extra Surya will have to operate on that and insignificant technical troubles he is struggling with with the batting coach and test and improve it prior to it gets late for him.

“He (Suryakumar) is dealing with specialized issues. Also, his stance is an open up one. It is great for T20 cricket since any delivery that is overpitched, he can flick it for a six. But below, when the ball is positioned proper in the vicinity of the foot, with this stance, the bat will certainly come throughout. It can’t come straight. As a result, if the ball turns inside of, he will face difficulty. He wants to devote time with the batting coach on how to appear out of this,” Gavaskar said.

In the meantime, not only Suryakumar, KL Rahul and Virat Kohli also struggled with the incoming deliveries in Vizag on Sunday as they the two got trapped correct in front of the wickets.

As the a few-match ODI series is tied at 1-1 as points stand, the remaining One-Dayer in Chennai on March 22nd will perform as the decider.