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Avesh Khan is the most experienced player of U19 team India. He came into spotlight in the 2014 U19 worldcup in the UAE when he clocked 139.8 kmph against Pakistan. Avesh Khan is the most fastest bowler of U19 team of India. He said, “Tez to main shuru se dal ta tha. I was quick even when I was playing at U16 level.” “Khauf to tha circle mein ke ladka tez daalta hai. I have inflicted injuries on a few batsmen as well”, he added.
Avesh Khan looks handsome. The reason behind it is that after a closely monitored diet for 10 days, he got to relish his favorite food for the first time in Bangladesh.
Avesh Khan says that, “His strength is hard work and patience.”
“Ek sau chalees to theek hai, but my focus is to hit both 140 and the right length. That’s is more difficult. 140 phenk ke boundary khane me kya fayda? Sometimes you have to slow the pace down. Because sometimes the ball comes very easily on to the bat. Then you need to use your mind. I vary my pace. I use cutters, off and leg”, said Avesh Khan.
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“Fast bowling is the toughest job in cricket, if you don’t work hard and try hard, you can’t bowl fast. You need to prepare, take proper diet, you have to work out in the gym, build core strength. And you have to sleep as well. My coach, Amay Khurasiya, ahs taught me how to keep fine-tuning your bowling when you move up in cricket. He told me that higher levels what you need the most is patience. You don’t get wickets as easily as at U19 and U23 levels. When I played the Ranji Trophy I understood what he was saying,” said Khan.
Avesh Khan’s debut in Ranji was in the year 2014-15. He took 15 wickets in 5 matches. However, he couldn’t play the trophy this year as it was clashing with the preparations for the Juniour World Cup.
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