Prasidh Krishna got off to a great start in his overseas career, picking up four wickets in the ODI debut, as India defeated England by 66 runs to climb one in a three-match series.
Glenn McGrath strongly influenced her during the MRF Pace Foundation stage and recent Indian sprinter Prasidh Krishna on Thursday said the first thing she learned from Australian seniors was to stay calm and stable.
The Karnataka pacarn has started its record-breaking international career, picking up four wickets in the ODI debut, as India beat England by 66 runs to climb one in a three-match series.
“The first and most important thing I noticed was that (Glenn McGrath) was a really calm person and he was never happy or nervous about this situation. He was very dedicated, ”Prasidh told the Kolkata Knight Riders website the night before.
“So, I think it’s my first choice, because that’s the most important factor for you as a swimmer when you play a game. The most important thing is to stay current and stay calm.
“And besides, he’s always talking. So that’s a big part of it. ”