Pakistan batsman Asif Ali has said that Vlasi has taken special training while practicing 100 to 150 sixes daily for the Asia Cup series. India and Pakistan will play a multi-Test series at the Dubai Cricket Stadium on the 28th. In this case, he said this.
The Pakistan Cricket Board shared a video of him undergoing special training. In which he said, “In my batting position, an over requires an average of 10 runs. You have to play big shots to get those runs. It takes a lot of practice. That’s why I try to hit 100-150 sixes in daily practice. My hope is to score 4 or 5 sixes in the game with that.
It all depends on the context of the game though. When I come to bat, there is pressure in the game. I usually approach the ball to suit its line and length. I don’t play the same shot over and over again. “Playing tap ball (tennis ball) cricket has helped my power-hitting a lot,” he said.
The two teams clashed at the same Dubai Cricket Ground last year. Pakistan won it without losing a wicket. Winning the toss is very important on this ground. However, it is noteworthy that the Indian team is now taking the field with a new leap led by Rohit.