Head coach rahul dravid has explained the question regarding the absence of part-time bowlers in the indian team. In the 2011 world cup series, the part-time bowlers were the most feared bowlers after Sachin Tendulkar, Virender Sehwag, suresh Raina, Yuvraj Singh, and Yusuf Pathan. The then-captain dhoni would bowl 10 to 15 overs in every match with them. This will reduce the pressure on the main bowlers. Not only in india, Part-time bowlers have gone down in other teams too says coach rahul dravid ahead of the world cup 2023. But there are no part-time bowlers in the current indian team. Rohit Sharma, Gill, Virat Kohli, KL Rahul, Ishan Kishan, Suryakumar Yadav, Shreyas Iyer, nobody comes forward to bowl even 2 overs. Due to this, the demand for all-rounders in the indian team is high. Due to this, the indian team management is getting used to bowling some overs in the beginning with Tilak Verma, Yashaswi Jaishwal, etc.
In this situation, the indian team will play in the first ODI match against the Australian team tomorrow. Given this, coach rahul dravid met the media. Then rahul dravid was asked that there be no part-time bowlers in the indian team. Responding to that, rahul dravid said, I think the reason for the decrease in part-time bowlers is the change in the rules. The main reason was that the rule was suddenly introduced that there should be 5 players inside the 30-yard circle. As the batsmen scored more runs due to this, not everyone showed much interest in using part-time bowlers. When 4 players are allowed in the 30-yard circle, many players bravely prepare to swing their arms.
Only Aussies are that arrogant. The players won't go near.. Cummins's answer to Siraj's question is that Arrogant is the only Aussie. Will not go to the players. Cummins' answer to the question regarding Siraj. Not only india then, but many teams had part-time bowlers. In the current environment, it is obvious that not only india but also other teams have fewer part-time bowlers. Also, there is a rule of two new balls. He said that this rule could give more problems to part-time bowlers.