The Indian women’s team is currently participating in the Limited Over Series against New Zealand (INDW vs NZW) for the preparations for the Women’s World Cup 2022 to be played next month. But, the performance of Team India here has been very disappointing. Team India has lost the series by losing the first three matches of the 5-match ODI series (INDW vs NZW). At the same time, in the only T20 match played before this, the Indian team had to face defeat. However, the head coach of the team, Ramesh Pawar, is not at all worried about this defeat.
Ramesh Pawar has no worries
Team coach Ramesh Pawar is not worried at all due to the continuous defeat of the Indian women’s team on the New Zealand tour (INDW vs NZW). According to him, lack of match practice due to Kovid-19 and strict rules of quarantine is the reason for this poor performance. After the defeat in the third ODI match played on Friday, Powar said during the press conference,
Before the tour, we could only hold a three-day practice camp. You can’t prepare for a competitive series against a team like New Zealand in such a short span of time. I am not worried about anything. We didn’t play as a team after Australia. We came straight to New Zealand. When you want to improve on some issues related to batting, bowling and fielding, you need to play as a group before the series and it didn’t happen.
We miss our fast bowlers
The batsmen have performed brilliantly so far in this entire series against New Zealand (INDW vs NZW). But the performance of the bowlers has been very disappointing. India played only two fast bowlers in the first three ODIs. Fast bowlers Meghna Singh and Renuka Singh had to live in long isolation. Renuka played in the third ODI but Meghna and Mandhana came out of segregation on Tuesday itself and hence were not allowed to play. Talking about it Powar said,
We were missing our real fast bowlers. Now Meghna will also be available, so we can do well in the bowling department as we did in Australia. Now we can field three fast bowlers in each match