Rahul Dravid, who worked with Pandya during the India A team’s tour of Australia, termed the all-rounder as a maturing cricketer who now understands how to play his game and also find the gear that suits the situations that he encounters.
Having seen Pandya play a few crucial innings for India A in the one-day leg of the A team’s tour in 2015, Dravid requested selectors to hold him back for the four-day fixtures. His career has been on the ascendancy since.
“He has taken the opportunity with both hands. When he came to Australia, he was originally picked only for the one-dayers. He performed well in the four-day matches as well. The credit goes completely to him. He is the one who has turned things around with hard work,” Dravid said.
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