As India women’s team suffered a 1-4 defeat against South Africa in the five-match ODI series, India head coach W.V. Raman admitted that it is not easy for players to return to action after a year and play with absolute intensity.
“As far as selectorial issues are concerned, I think it’s only fair that I talk to them if required and I talk to them directly. In terms of what transpired in this series, it is very simple. The girls lacked the game time and they were all short in terms of mental stamina and cricketing fitness. By that, I mean it’s not easy to come back after 15 months and play the ODI series with the intensity and focus that is required to put the opposition under pressure,” Raman said.
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“These things do happen to the best of players and teams, I am sure the girls will work on it,…