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New Delhi, 8 May: Left-arm fast bowler Arjan Nagwaswala remained unscathed at his village Nargol in Valsad, Gujarat when he came to know that he had been selected as a standby bowler in the Indian team for the tour of England. Nagwaswala told IANS from Nargol on Saturday, “After hearing this news, I first called my mother and father. I was thrilled. I could not stop on the road because the Kovid-19 protocol would allow you to get out of the car.” does not allow.” The 23-year-old Nagwaswala has returned from Delhi, where he was associated as a bowler with Mumbai Indians during IPL-14.
He said, “I was tired. In the end I was so tired that I could barely pick up the call and talk. I didn’t expect that. Everyone was confident that I would get a chance one day.” I had that confidence in me as well. (But) it was very unexpected and surprising. ” Nagwaswala considers himself a left-arm fast bowler, which has the advantage of helping him to spin the ball. He said, “Maybe I am a left-arm fast bowler. After reaching home I hugged my parents tightly. My friends, who were waiting for me at the door.”
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The fast bowler representing Gujarat in the Ranji Trophy has taken 62 wickets in 16 first-class matches. Apart from this, he has taken 41 wickets in eight matches in the 2019-20 Ranji Trophy season. Former Gujarat coach Vijay Patel has called him a swing bowler. The fast bowler said, “I am a swing bowler. My pace is 130-135, but I try to swing the ball.”
The fast bowler representing Gujarat in the Ranji Trophy has taken 62 wickets in 16 first-class matches. He took 41 wickets in eight matches in the 2019-20 Ranji Trophy season. Nagwaswala’s dream came true when he got to learn something with former Indian fast bowler and Mumbai Indians cricket captain Zaheer Khan. Nagwaswala said, “He did not do much on the bowling aspect. He said that it is fine. Zaheer sir said that if you train well, you will see more benefit in your bowling. He has given me well Asked to train. He also told me some technical things. “
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He said, “I was left-handed. That was my advantage. We didn’t have too many left-handed batsmen in our district or even at the state level. I used to look at Zaheer sir and I was interested in fast bowling.” ” Nagwaswala can become the first cricketer in the main team of India from the Parsi community after 46 years. Before 1975 Farooq was an engineer. He said, “The Parsis are aware of the contribution of cricketers playing for cricket and India. As I started playing the Ranji Trophy, I realized that I was alone. The day I played the Ranji Trophy, I came to know that At that time no Parsi cricketer was playing in the Ranji Trophy. “