I don’t try to teach too much to young fast bowlers: Jasprit Bumrah

New York. Fast bowler Jasprit Bumrah, who is considered a mentor for the new generation of Indian fast bowlers, said that he does not try to teach young players too much and helps only when asked because he does not want to put any kind of burden on them. 30-year-old Bumrah’s role will be important in India’s T20 World Cup campaign. It is believed that he will also play the role of a mentor for less experienced fast bowlers like Mohammad Siraj and Arshdeep Singh.

Bumrah told the ICC’s official website for the T20 World Cup, “You don’t try to teach too much. This is something I have learned. Whenever someone comes to me for help, I let him ask questions because I don’t like to give too much information. ” Bumrah said that it is important for young players to pave their way without taking the burden of too much information. He said, “It is not that he has reached here by luck.

I give them information about whatever I have learned from my experience. But I do not want to put too much burden of information on them because this is also a part of your journey. You have to find your own ways and solutions to move forward. “Bumrah could not participate in the T20 World Cup in 2022 due to injury, but after making a comeback, he performed brilliantly in the ODI World Cup in 2023.

He said, “Some things will go my way and some things will not. All these things will be part of my process. So I have now realized that I have started playing because I like this game and will focus on these things rather than the result.

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