Hardik Pandya is absent from Asia in 2018 in September, but hopes to return to the ground in January when India and Australia clash in a one-day international three-match series.
Pandyino took his back during the match against Pakistan, and had to print. He later confirmed that he was having a "serious back injury" & # 39;
Since then it has been rejected and will miss Twenty20 International and Test in the Indian tour of Australia.
However, he still hopes to make an ODI side with the first match to be played in Sydney on January 12th. "I'm trying hard to be able to start ODI against Australia in January," Pandya said Times of India on Tuesday, November 20th in Mumbai. "To get back to full fitness, I'm going through a strict bowling alley in Mumbai.
"I just started to bow after 60 days. When I was eating a few left in ODI, I have to be on the right track."
Hardik believes that his teammates will cause Australia a lot of problems in three T20I and four after that. "We are a scary side and we must fight for Australia, which I believe are very strong in our backyard," Pandya said. "I hope for an exciting series".
Pandya also wanted his brother – Krunal Pandya, his left-handed, comprehensive, internationally-renowned – best for the series. "I'm so glad that Krunal represents the Down Under country."