Australia's goal in their forthcoming assignment is to climb the mountain of the Indian spin assault, especially under Ravichandran Ashwin. For the Australians, winning a Test series in India is the "toughest challenge"—tougher even than the Ashes in the longest format, whether it is Steve Smith or David Warner. Usman Khawaja is bulking up for the "hardest" fight inside that war, while the guys from Down Under are ready for the larger conflict. The mountain that the Australians want to climb in their impending assignment is the Indian spin assault, notably that of Ravichandran Ashwin. Khawaja, an opener in the current squad, had previously been a member of the teams in 2013 and 2014, however he has yet to play Test cricket in India 2017. Khawaja, their "Test Cricketer of the Year," will undoubtedly need to play a significant part if Australia is to win a Test series in India this time around. They haven't done it since 2004–2005.The left-handed hitter told the Sydney Morning Herald of the series: "There's definitely a different feel." Although there are no guarantees in this game, there is at least a little more maturity there, especially in the batting and the bowling.The visitors are at risk from spin overall, but it is clear who they are most afraid of. In order to better understand the Indian tweaker's tactics in the next series, Australia has discovered a Ravichandran Ashwin clone and has been practising against the bowler at their warm-up nets in Bangalore. The Khawajas are more concerned with the abundance of left-handed hitters on the current Australia squad.Ashwin is a weapon. He is quite talented; he uses the crease fairly effectively, and he has many challenging small variations. " When I was younger, I probably couldn't have answered a lot of questions since I didn't fully understand them.
However, it's a truly enjoyable task. He will play in the match and bowl several overs when the wicket turns here, whether it is on day one, day three, or day four.Therefore, determining how I'm going to play against him, how I'm going to score runs against him, and what he might do, are all important considerations. He will alter his strategy against you if you bat against him for a prolonged period of time. He won't repeatedly perform the same thing for you; instead, he will strive to figure you out.Khawaja is not the only one who views the series as a Herculean effort. Many of the Australian players made similar statements in a video that cricket.com.au posted on Monday.It's challenging to win a test match there, let alone a series. Therefore, it would be great if we were able to achieve that. The former captain Smith declared, "Winning in India is more important to me than winning the Ashes."Thursday marks the start of the four-game Test series in Nagpur.
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