Iyer sees flexibility as key trait for hopes of India spot

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Iyer sees flexibility as key trait for hopes of India spot

Shreyas Iyer, who recently delivered a match-winning century for India, is aware of the intense competition for a spot in the team’s batting lineup at the upcoming Cricket World Cup. Despite previously securing the number four position, Iyer’s progress was hindered by a lower back injury in March that required surgery. Upon his return, he faced further setbacks, including a back spasm that caused him to miss a significant portion of India’s successful Asia Cup campaign. However, Iyer showcased his value with a remarkable 105 runs off 90 balls in the second one-dayer against Australia, leading India to a series-clinching victory in Indore and earning him the Player of the Match title. With KL Rahul, Ishan Kishan, and Suryakumar Yadav also performing well, Iyer expressed his willingness to bat wherever captain Rohit Sharma deems necessary. He emphasized his flexibility and professionalism, stating that he will embrace any opportunity given to him and leave no stone unturned in his preparation. Iyer currently boasts an average of over 46 in ODIs with a healthy strike rate of 97.55. Reflecting on his recent innings, he described it as one of his finest, particularly considering his return from injury. He emphasized the importance of maintaining a positive mindset, especially during challenging times. India aims to secure a 3-0 series sweep against Australia in the final ODI in Rajkot on Sunday.

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