Words of encouragement from Rohit Sharma and Rishabh Pant Lifting Jemimah Rodrigues’ spirits as she tackles a difficult ball and working towards her comeback, which began shortly after being dropped from the India women’s team. The chirping cricketer feels lucky to be able to talk to the likes of Rohit and Pant. Jemimah, who was not part of the Indian squad for the World Cup in New Zealand, marked her return to international cricket with a vital 27-36 hit that didn’t go out to help India stay fit. defended in the first ever T20 International in Dambulla on Thursday.
“My journey since the last Sri Lanka tour has not been smooth, it has its ups and downs. I spoke to Rohit Sharma and Rishabh Pant, they told me these moments will define my success. your career, they told me not to take it (as Jemimah said in his post-match press conference.
“They told me I should accept the challenge and move forward. I’m so lucky to have talked to them.” Coming in at fifth place, Rodrigues didn’t succumb to the pressure the Sri Lankans put on and scored some key runs, hitting three in the sixth. India posted 138 to 6 and the away team’s bowlers choked the Sri Lankans to a convincing win in 34 runs.
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“I’ve understood my game better in four years, I’ve become calmer, I’ve changed even though my height is still the same,” Jemimah said.
“I started preparing right after I failed.” In the middle of a pivotal moment in the rounds, Jemimah said she was thrilled to start.
“This half meant a lot, I was nervous at first, but the end-game limit helped calm things down a lot. I’m back in the game after 4-5 months or maybe more. I has been empowered.” When asked about the pitch, she said, “I don’t know, it’s more like where I live in Mumbai. The country is beautiful. It’s been a privilege to come here and the love we’ve received from the council. governance is great.”
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