India wicketkeeper-batsman Rishabh Pant has raised his level of performance over the last few months. The youngster has shown tremendous growth in terms of his batting and keeping skills.
From being on the sidelines to becoming a part of India’s core group, Pant has seen it all in the past couple of years.
In his latest interaction with the International Cricket Council (ICC) ahead of the last day of the ongoing World Test Championship (WTC) final between India and New Zealand, Pant revealed that he has been thoroughly working on his mindset and is in a better mental space at the moment.
“I have been only working on my mindset of what I can do differently from where I have left and I think I am in a much better mental space,” the 23-year-old said in a video posted on ICC’s official Twitter handle.
“I think I am a much more confident player than what I was last year because as an individual when you come to a different platform, especially from domestic level to international cricket, you need some time to adjust to that level,” he added.
Earlier, Rishabh Pant impressed one and all with his brilliant batting heroics during the 2020-21 Border-Gavaskar Trophy. He finished the four-match Test series against Australia as the highest run-getter for his side with 274 runs in 3 games at an average of 68.50.