Kingston: India's stand-in skipper Suresh Raina is so disappointed with his shot-selection in the last two one-dayers against the West Indies that he plans to work hard on his batting in the nets to improve himself before the Tests starting Monday. (Also read: Will have to work out on my flaws in the nets: Raina)
Raina was quick to admit that his shot-selection left a lot to be desired in the latter half of the series which India won 3-2in the end after losing the fourth and fifth ODI.
"I needed to spend some time in the middle. Play for 10-15 deliveries," stated Raina who made a heave off the fourth delivery he faced and was out for a duck in the fifth ODI yesterday which India lost by seven wickets.
It was no different to his mode of dismissals in the third and fourth one-dayers where he contributed 3 and 10 runs only. "I batted well in the first two games but in the next three I had a rush. I didn't spend much time. Hopefully, I would have a couple of good sessions before the Tests with my coach and seniors. It will make me feel better before the first Test," he said.