Rishabh Pant Reveals Thought Process Behind Batting During Interview to Rohit Sharma, Indian Wicketkeeper Says He Believes in His Basics
Rohit Sharma and Rishabh Pant (Photo Credits: Getty Images)

After an amazing knock by Rishabh Pant in the third T20I at Guyana, Rohit Sharma interviewed the Indian wicket-keeper during which the latter revealed his thought process behind his batting. The interview starts with Sharma jokingly calling Pant as 'Rishabh Sant' and asks him how he felt after performing well in the third T20 match. Pant says that he believes in his process and even if runs do not come from his bat he focusses on his process and trusts it. India vs West Indies, 3rd T20I 2019: Men in Blue Beat Windes by Seven Wickets, Netizens Hail Rishabh Pant & Virat Kohli for their Half-Centuries. 

"I believe in my process for a long time. Although I was not able to score, I focussed on my process and trusted it and continued with it. And today I got some good results", the 21-year-old says. Have a look at the video of Rishabh Pant below. Rishabh Pant vs MS Dhoni: Young Wicket-Keeper Breaks These Two Records of Indian Veteran During IND Vs WI 3rd T20I Match. 

Rohit interviews Pant!

Rishabh Pant played an unbeaten 65 run knock off 42 balls as India chased the 147-run target set by West Indies. Pant also revealed that he and Virat Kohli planned to create a partnership and then hit some big shots in the death overs to reach the target. Sharma then asks him whether he gets frustrated when his thought process doesn’t work or assess his batting. To this, Pant replied that he gets frustrated sometimes and also assess what he could have done in such a situation. But he believes in his basics and my process.

Pant also mentioned that he does feel pressure due to the expectations of cricket fans from him but the support of the team and senior players help him to boost his confidence. Meanwhile, India whitewashed West Indies in the three-match T20 series after winning the third T20 by seven wickets. Deepak Chahar took 3 wickets in the match and was awarded player of the match. India vs West Indies ODI series will commence from August 8, 2019.