Vikram Rathour said the adapting to Australian pitches would be the biggest challenge for India come the T20 World Cup. Decks Down Under are known for their pace and steep bounce.
Rathour addressed the issue of India's death bowling as well. The likes of Bhuvneshwar Kumar and Harshal Patel have come under the scanner following their sloppiness in the slog overs, and the concern is looming large since the T20 World Cup is roughly three weeks away. Rathour mentioned that the area is being worked upon.
"I think as a batting unit we have done well every time we have batted first." – Vikram Rathour, #TeamIndia batting coach#FollowTheBlues | #BelieveInBlue | 1st Mastercard #INDvSA T20I | Sep 28, 6 PM | Star Sports/Disney+Hotstar pic.twitter.com/GMjyKikSIm— Star Sports (@StarSportsIndia) September 27, 2022