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Arshdeep Singh must be shielded from overdose of advice, says Brett Lee
11/28/2022 11:27:13 PM
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AUSTRALIA, Nov 28: Australian fast-bowling legend Brett Lee wants India coach Rahul Dravid and captain Rohit Sharma to shield rising left-arm pacer Arshdeep Singh from an overdose of advise as it could prove to be "counter-productive" Since making his international debut in July this year, Arshdeep has been one of the star performers with the ball for India, cemented his place in the T20 side, and has played his maiden ODI in the ongoing New Zealand tour. In Jasprit Bumrah's absence, Arshdeep has grabbed the opportunity with both hands, picking up 33 wickets from 23 T20Is.
"Very often teams don't know what to do with these young and breakout stars. We have seen it before when young players get involved and advices from players, TV, commentators, at the hotel. Every man means well, but very often, too much advice can be counter-productive," Lee said on his YouTube channel, BRETT LEE TV.
"So, I think Rahul Dravid and Rohit Sharma have the responsibility to shield Arshdeep Singh from this overdose of advice."Lee gave Arshdeep a few inputs to remain injury free.
"As someone who has played a few matches, I believe I am pretty qualified to pass him my thoughts. I have got a couple of little things that I believe can help Arshdeep with his action and take more wickets.
"My first advice to Arshdeep would be that people often say that a fast bowler should get to the gym and bulk. We hear they want him to bulk up, be strong. Now strong can be strong in the mind. I would say do not over-gym," he said.
"Lightweight, high repetitions, don't worry about the beach muscles, if you want to do that, it won't help you bowl fast," Lee added.
Arshdeep was brutally trolled on social media after he dropped an easy catch off Pakistan batter Asif Ali during a Super 4 match of the last Asia Cup.
Lee advised the youngster to avoid getting distracted by social media posts.
"Number 2 will be to build a mental filter to social media comments because we know that the guys and girls playing are all on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.
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