Australian cricket is known for its aggressive approach, both on and off the field during India vs Australia, every time they face each other on the cricketing field. From the way, they bat and bowl to their on-field sledding. They leave no stone unturned in order to intimidate their opponents. Indian spinner Ravichandran Ashwin recently added his voice to the debate, saying Australians love to play mind games before a series.
Ashwin, who has had his fair share of battles with the Aussies on the field, says that their sledging is all part of their plan to get inside the opposition’s head. They use their words as a weapon, trying to distract the batsmen and put them off their game. The veteran spinner adds that the Australian cricket team has a reputation for playing this type of mental game. It’s something that the Indian team has to be prepared for always.
However, Ashwin says that the Indian team won’t be intimidated by their sledging and will instead focus on their own game. He believes that by staying focused and not getting caught up in the mind games, theIndian team will be able to play to their full potential.
The spinner also says that the Indian team has come a long way in terms of handling sledging, and they won’t let it affect their performance. In the past, the Indian team has been accused of not standing up to the Australian sledging, but Ashwin says that the current team is different. He believes that the team is more confident and has the ability to handle any sledging that comes their way.
Ravichandran Ashwin’s comments mark the importance of mental preparation in cricket for the upcoming Border-Gawaskar trophy. The Australian cricket team has a reputation for playing mind games, and the Indian team will need to be prepared for this. However, Ashwin says that the Indian team won’t be intimidated and will instead focus on their own game. By staying focused and not getting caught up in the mind games, the Indian team will be able to play to their full potential and come out on top.