The resurgent India all-rounder Hardik Pandya says he is still a “work in progress” and is focusing on the controllables as he gets ready to lead the new franchise, Gujarat Titans in the upcoming Indian Premier League beginning March 26. The 28-year-old has been experiencing debilitating fitness concerns ever since injuring his back in 2019 and failed to make the cut in the Indian team for the last few series against New Zealand, South Africa, West Indies and Sri Lanka.
New team & new role 👌
Exciting times ahead ✨@hardikpandya7 shares his emotions on being named the captain, his approach going into #TATAIPL 2022 & has a special message for the @gujarat_titans fans. 👍 👍 – By @28anand
Watch the full interview 🎥 🔽https://t.co/IgDNquVxD1 pic.twitter.com/rukcXw5is7
— IndianPremierLeague (@IPL) March 19, 2022