All-rounder Vijay Shankar has said that he isn't excessively disturbed by the theory around him being the decision for the number 4 position in the squad that will speak to India at the 2019 World Cup in England and Wales. v. He has so far played 9 ODIs for India, making his introduction against Australia this year. He scored 244 keeps running in the 15 coordinates that he played for his establishment SunRisers Hyderabad in IPL 2019.
"The most significant thing is that the group the executives has appeared in me and trusts I can carry out the responsibility. That gives you additional inspiration. The need of the group is my need and I am constantly prepared to adjust to circumstances and conditions," Vijay Shankar told IANS.
"I am having fun and don't put any weight on myself. I like to peruse the circumstance and play as needs be. I offer significance to hard working attitudes and there is no easy route," he included.
Vijay Shankar expressed that he needs to retain and learn as much as he can from head mentor Ravi Shastri and the senior individuals from the Indian cricket group.
"I am somebody who hopes to soak up things from (Virat) Kohli, Mahi bhai (MS Dhoni) or Rohit (Sharma). I generally have faith in watching and gaining from them. I have associated with them to enable me to improve as a cricketer. They have revealed to me that I am carrying out my responsibility and the emphasis ought to be on keeping things straightforward," he said.
Shankar additionally included that he has been buckling down on his bowling to help the group at whatever point he is called upon.
"I have been working a great deal on my bowling and I am somebody who has faith in keeping the procedure right. I feel that if the circumstance emerges when the captain gives me the ball, I ought to be sure that I can carry out the responsibility and at exactly that point will that convert into execution. It is tied in with picking up in certainty with each given chance."
Group India will play two warm-up matches against New Zealand on May 25, and against Bangladesh on May 28. They begin their World Cup campaignagainst South Africa on June 6 at the Rose Bowl Cricket Ground in Southampton.