There’s a lot of excitement and anticipation around the upcoming T20I series between India and West Indies. The series will mark the return of Kuldeep Yadav and Yuzvendra Chahal together in the T20I series.
While both the bowlers are an essential part of the Indian cricket team in the limited-overs cricket, however, in recent times, India decided to experiment with other talents as well, keeping in mind the upcoming World Cup that will take place next year in Australia.
Ahead of the India vs West Indies series, that will kickstart from today, i.e, 6th December, India’s vice-captain Rohit Sharma took some time out from his training session to interview both the mesmerizing bowlers of India, at Hyderabad ‘s Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium.
Well, BCCI shared a video on their official twitter handle, where Rohit can be seen asking the young cricketers more about the leisure activities they do when not playing.
Rohit Sharma started by asking Kuldeep and Chahal how they unwind off the field. Replying to which, Yuzvendra Chahal said:
“Especially now, I moved back with my family. I just roam around with my family. Whatever time I get, I spend time with them. I spend time with my dog, whom I have adopted. His name is Groot.”
“I meet my childhood friends, and I go on long drives with them. Sometimes, I play pool or PS4 together. When you are playing for India or a domestic tour, you don’t get time to meet them or talk to them. So, when I get time, I utilize it to spend time with my family, my friend, and my dog,”
Further, Rohit Sharma asked Kuldeep about his favorite destination that he likes to travel when on tour with India. He said:
“Australia is beautiful. There are a few cities like Sydney and Melbourne. I like to go there and run outside. They all have good parks and stadiums and good hotels as well. I like to go there and take a run outside.”
Here, check out the video posted by BCCI:
MUST WATCH: Hyderabad Diaries ??
Unwinding with Hitman @ImRo45 as he talks everything other than cricket with @imkuldeep18 & @yuzi_chahal ?️? – by @RajalArora #TeamIndia #INDvWI
Full Video Link here ?️?? https://t.co/X78mXYnd5e pic.twitter.com/sHw0vo9ZVe
— BCCI (@BCCI) December 5, 2019