New Delhi: Wriddhiman Saha has been scoring runs with monotonic consistency after coming back from the tour of Australia.
The 27-year-old Bengal lad has hardly put a foot wrong in the eight domestic innings (two first class and six List A) he has played since coming back from his tour Down Under. Scores of 124, 170, 85 no, 55 no, 66, 72, 53, 53 no bear testimony to that. Six 50's in six List A matches is commendable and not many people have achieved this feat in Indian domestic scene in the past decade.
"Maintaining a level of consistency has been my primary aim and I am just trying to do that. I am grateful to Duncan Fletcher for his inputs which has definitely helped me become a better batsman. Duncan would always tell me that it's not important at what pace you score the runs but key to scoring runs consistently is proper planning," Wriddhiman said, after guiding Bengal to their fourth Vijay Hazare Trophy final in last five years.