Australia’s assistant coach Daniel Vettori stated that he doesn’t mind having rank-turners in India as they test the batters’ ability.
India won the Nagpur and Delhi Tests, while Australia registered an impressive victory in Indore.
There has been a lot of talk around the pitches in India in the ongoing Border-Gavaskar Trophy, but Vettori has a different opinion.
“The surfaces are the same for everyone, and there is no point in saying anything about them. The toss doesn’t hold importance as you know what is expected on these tracks,” he said.
“You need skills on such tracks to perform as a player. The batting is not easy, but you are tested as a batter which is good for development. Even a score of 30 can make a big difference in a game.”
Nathan Lyon took 11 of the 20 wickets in Indore and was named the Player of the Match.