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“I am working hard and there is nothing tough in life,” said Suresh Raina IANS

India‘s chinaman spinner Kuldeep Yadav has been making headline of late. Meanwhile, India’s middle-order batsman Suresh Raina has praised Kuldeep for his consistent performances of late, while he also praised former Indian spinner and coach Anil Kumble for grooming Kuldeep. He also feels that some fruitful tips form Australian chinaman Brad Hogg, during his stint in the IPL while playing for Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR), has immensely helped the young lad as he backs him to change everything in the bowling department in the future. FULL CRICKET SCORECARD: India vs Australia 2017, 3rd T20I at Hyderabad

“Kuldeep Yadav is doing very well and the credit goes to Anil Bhai [Anil Kumble]. He worked really hard with him. I was talking to him [Kuldeep] in the IPL and he always use to message Anil Bhai. He is the product of Anil Kumble. He [Kuldeep] has done well with [former Australian chinaman] Brad Hogg. He is the guy who will change everything in bowling department,” said Raina, as reported by PTI. Speaking on his absence from Indian cricket, Raina said, “I am working hard and there is nothing tough in life, if you enjoy your process and enjoy your cricket and I have always done that. When I got injured that was a difficult time of my life. So it [the comeback] is nothing and I am enjoying it and things will come in my time.”

On being asked if he had failed the Yo Yo Test, he firmly said, “You [the reporters] speak to BCCI.” He concluded by speaking on Uttar Pradesh’s recent loss to Railways in the Ranji Trophy 2017-18 opener. “The boys are still learning. The wicket was little different. We have still five more games to go and after that match we had a chat. In the Duleep trophy you have seen wicket and its not in my hand to win the toss. So we had to bat on the fourth day and it wasn’t easy,” he concluded.