Mirpur: A two-wicket haul against UAE in the Asia Cup has boosted his confidence and India pacer Bhuvneshwar Kumar said he is now working on a slower delivery to further polish his skills.
Kumar, who last played a T20I in the home series against South Africa in October last year, made a comeback in India’s last league match in Asia Cup on Thursday and returned with figures of 4-2-8-2.
"It feels great to get back to playing (in the XI). To be honest, I was nervous when I walked out to bowl since I was playing after a long gap," he told bcci.tv.
The 26-year-old said he wants to add one key aspect to his bowling.
"I want to work on my slower deliveries. I know I can bowl a yorker at the death, but if I can bowl a slower ball as well then it can prove to be an advantage for me. I want to develop a good slower delivery and I am working on the same at the moment," he said.
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