@imkuldeep18 has unlocked another milestone as he gets to his 100 ODI wickets… "Kuldeep Yadav's wristspin is the biggest wicket-taking threat on Australian pitches. [13] “I have started training at … He is also only the third such bowler in Test cricket to take four wickets on debut. Kuldeep … RAJKOT: Kuldeep Yadav on Friday became the fastest Indian spinner to reach 100 wickets in ODI cricket. Kuldeep Yadav is the first left-arm wrist spin bowler to represent India national cricket team in Test cricket. Asked what is the format he would like to play once cricket resumes, Kuldeep said that T20 will be … India’s left-arm wristspinner Kuldeep Yadav is bowling four hours daily while striving hard to curb his instinct of applying saliva on the ball. “I have started training at the Rovers ground in Lal Bangla area. The wicket of McKechnie was the 50th in Kuldeep’s 24-match career, which made him the joint-fourth fastest to reach the milestone. “Kuldeep Yadav’s wristspin is the biggest wicket-taking threat on Australian pitches. "Two wickets in one Kuldeep Yadav over of Alex Carey and Steve Smith and we are right back into the game. The decision will call for brave selections,” Chappell wrote in his column for ESPN Cricinfo. Kuldeep, under the tutelage of his childhood coach Kapil Pandey, is sweating it out at the local Rovers ground. Hopefully, we will have some alternative in place," said Kuldeep, who already has 167 international wickets, across formats, in his kitty. India’s Kuldeep Yadav celebrates taking the wicket of Pakistan’s Babar Azam during the World Cup match at Old Trafford. The decision will call for brave selections," Chappell wrote in his column for ESPNcricinfo. Press Trust of … “Kuldeep Yadav’s wristspin is the biggest wicket-taking threat on Australian pitches. "Kuldeep Yadav's wristspin is the biggest wicket-taking threat on Australian pitches. The decision will call for brave selections," Chappell wrote in his column for ESPNcricinfo. Kuldeep Yadav, who has taken 99 wickets in 54 ODIs, will also become the joint-fastest Indian to claim 100 wickets in the 50-overs format.

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Kuldeep, under the tutelage of his childhood coach Kapil Pandey, is sweating it out at the local Rovers ground. India’s left-arm wristspinner Kuldeep Yadav is bowling four hours daily while striving hard to curb his instinct of applying saliva on the ball. The decision will call for brave selections,” Chappell wrote in his column for ESPN Cricinfo. Kuldeep Yadav has again started training in earnest, bowling four hours daily, and is striving hard to curb his natural instinct of applying saliva on the ball. I am doing two sessions per day. Kuldeep Yadav has so far played six Tests, 60 ODIs and 21 T20Is for India. In June 2017, he was named in India's squad for a limited overs tour to the West Indies . ICC has banned the use of saliva but players can use sweat to shine the ball.