Hardik Pandya doesn’t want to take rest
India all-rounder Hardik Pandya, it appears, is investigating every possibility to keep himself in the ideal shape for his lady World Cup appearance. Hardik is a piece of India's 15-part squad for World Cup 2019, beginning May 30 in the United Kingdom.
Hardik is probably going to be India's first-decision all-rounder in England and Wales, considering his endeavors for the senior national team in the ongoing past. Hardik was in fine structure Mumbai Indians also, contributing both with the bat and the ball in the team's title-winning effort in Indian Premier League (IPL) 2019.
Exhibiting his excitement sparkle at the greatest cricketing competition of the year, Hardik Pandya took to web-based life on Sunday to share a video of himself working out hard at the rec center.
"No rest days when the World Cup is around the corner," Hardik wrote as the caption.
No rest days when the World Cup is around the corner pic.twitter.com/SJgrAgYeUE
hardikpandya (@hardikpandya7) May 19, 2019
No rest days when the World Cup is around the corner 🏆🇮🇳🏋️♂️💪 pic.twitter.com/SJgrAgYeUE
Hardik has been siphoned up about India's World Cup battle as the huge hitting all-rounder talked about his title desires directly in the wake of lifting the IPL 2019 trophy with Mumbai Indians in Hyderabad.
No rest days when the World Cup is around the corner 🏆🇮🇳🏋️♂️💪 pic.twitter.com/SJgrAgYeUE— hardik pandya (@hardikpandya7) May 19, 2019
In the wake of sparkling with 402 keeps running from 16 matches at an amazing strike rate of 191.42 in the IPL, Hardik Pandya had stated: "I played well this season, however at this point time to proceed onward. I need to lift that World Cup trophy too."
Hardik's World Cup interest was tossed into uncertainty when he was given a suspension over his questionable remarks on a famous network show in January. The Baroda all-rounder had missed India's constrained overs voyage through Australia before his suspension was provisionally lifted by the Board of Control for Cricket in India.