Melbourne: Australia batsman Glenn Maxwell feel his team doesn't have to look further than its opponents to tackle spin during the tour of India beginning later this month.
Maxwell, who has been recalled to the Test team for the tough tour of India, thinks the visiting batsmen adopting a single strategy in the sub-continent conditions will only lead to failure.
“I'm not sure it's a place you ever really feel comfortable. It's a place where you've got to work so hard to get your runs and you've got to have different strategies at different times of a game,” the 28-year-old said.
“That's probably what I've learned; you can't go in there with just one strategy and stick to it. You've got to be adaptable and you've got to be able to change your game almost mid-innings. So it's going to be a real test of everyone,” Maxwell added.
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