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I am a handy batsman says Indian spinner Axar Patel

India’s young spinner Axar Patel has grabbed every one attention with his tough left-arm spin bowling for India in the recently concluded ODI series against Sri Lanka. He insisted that he was a handy batsman who can bowl. Patel played an important knock of 64 against South Zone to keep West Zone in the Deodhar Trophy final. "People saying that I am a bowling all-rounder and cannot able to bat but I started the game as a batsman. I concentrated more on my bowling when training at the NCA in 2011-12. I have proven that I can bat," said the Gujarat player after being named as Man of the Match for his blistering 38-ball innings. Patel said that he was currently thinking about ongoing test series and not thinking about playing in the upcoming cricket world cup 2015.


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