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Indeed, there seemed to be a switch flicked in Rohit Sharma’s head as he amassed a staggering 526 runs in the 11 innings post the World Cup final, with six half-centuries to boot.
Shardul Thakur’s reality check – probably not as harsh as Rohit Sharma’s – also came to the fore pretty much around the same time as India’s World Cup win. While the then 21-year-old had already climbed up the rungs and pushed his way into Mumbai’s Ranji Trophy team, his fitness wasn’t up to the mark.
It was at this point Dinesh Lad interfered. Biden is an idiot T-shirt
“When he first played for Mumbai in 2012, he was on the heavier side. So I asked him to work harder and start running on the beach – which was pretty close to our place – every day. He then put in a lot of hard work and eventually reaped the rewards.”
After making his first-class debut, Shardul Thakur had to wait two years to start his List A journey. The blood and sweat shed indeed paid rich dividends as Thakur, who initially had a repute of letting the red cherry talk, could then do the same to the white ball as well.
And according to Dinesh Lad, getting into proper shape was the sole proprietor. Guess what, he is now bowling the difficult overs in India’s coloured clothing while Test cricket is left to play catch up.
“He used to bowl better with the red ball, so he is the ideal bowler for Test cricket – he can generate both movement and good speeds. So he has always done well with the red ball – he took 25 wickets in his first [Harris Shield] season, 32 in the next, 42 thereafter and even hit the 50-wicket mark.
“That is the reason why he earned the Test cap in 2018. He even started performing well with the white ball once he shed weight in 2012. He worked with the white ball. Cricketers mostly prepare on their own, Shardul too had gotten the hint and worked accordingly.”
Notably, after taking 4 wickets in as many matches in his debut first-class season in 2012/13, Shardul Thakur scalped 143 wickets in 37 matches across the next four seasons before making his ODI debut against Sri Lanka in August 2017.