To progress from U-19 to first-class level, we need to do double duty: India captain Yash Dhul Cricket News – Times of India

Coolidge (Antigua): Virat Kohli became the world champion, Unmukt Chand The initial promise faded away and Manjot Kalra’s senior career didn’t even start well in four years.
The story of the star junior cricketers of their time, all hailing from the capital city of India, unfolded in a very different way and Yash Dhul Fully aware of the classification of examples before him.

Ahead of his team’s ICC Under-19 World Cup semi-final against Australia on Wednesday, the captain dhall There is no bone about the fact that the actual fight will start after the mega event.
“We will need to work twice as hard after this level and need to improve even more. We need to be consistent and perform regularly so that the transition from under-19s to first-class level is quick and easy. We need to focus on our game and work hard so that we can get picked quickly.

He and some of his U-19 colleagues are part of the IPL auction which will definitely be on his mind as they focus on the big semi-finals.
He said, “IPL is auction and I am trying to focus on the present, whatever has to happen will happen and if I keep my focus on the game and do well, it will only be beneficial for me.” ”
This is what Laxman wants from the team to have a positive mindset
National Cricket Academy head VVS Laxman has been guiding the boys in the West Indies and taking mentorship from the maestro is a dream come true for him.
“Lakshman sir, he shares his experiences, which will help us in the upcoming games, mindset, preparation. When I was in isolation, he regularly called and did video calls where he motivated me and made me feel positive and positive. Asked to be in good frame. For the games to come,” said Dhul.
“Australia is normal attack and we are ready”
The soft-spoken Dhul has a quiet confidence about himself. Asked what would be the strategy to consider considering that the strip of the Coolidge ground is not a batsman’s paradise, he spoke like a ‘pro’.
“We will assess the situation of the match and decide what our approach will be. Until we play on the track, it is difficult to say,” Dhul said.
India have had a slight downfall in Bangladesh’s game, but have not been impressed by the Dhull Australian bowling attack.
“It’s a normal attack. We’ve played for so many years and are ready for this level,” he replied calmly.
We will look at partnerships and try to take advantage of that in the last overs.