25 Inspirational Rishabh Pant Quotes

25 Inspirational Rishabh Pant Quotes

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Rishabh Rajendra Pant is a professional Indian cricketer who plays as a middle-order wicket-keeper batsman for India, Delhi, and the Delhi Capitals in the Indian Premier League. In December 2015, he was named to India’s squad for the 2016 Under-19 Cricket World Cup.

Inspirational Rishabh Pant Quotes:

 

1. “If you want to learn batting, a bat with MS Dhoni.” Rishabh Pant

 

2. “World Cup selection will be a dream come true. I want to win matches for India and be more consistent and finish more games for the country.” Rishabh Pant

 

3. “Live in the moment; make the most of any opportunity that comes your way.” Rishabh Pant

 

4. “I am not scared of anyone. I have fun with everyone.” Rishabh Pant

 

5. “People say that they wouldn’t pay to watch me play, but even I wouldn’t pay to watch him play!” Rishabh Pant

 

6. “There is nothing called pressure. I understand that there is an expectation, but if there is any pressure, I don’t feel it.” Rishabh Pant

 

7. “When everybody recognizes you, going out is difficult. But you deal with it.” Rishabh Pant

 

8. “I’m learning from every game and trying to make a difference.” Rishabh Pant

 

9. “There will be byes, there will be catches that will go down, but what is important is what you do when the next chance arrives. Because there will always be the next catch. If you are not positive, if you are not in a good frame of mind, you can drop that next one, too.” Rishabh Pant

 

10. “It was a great feeling to be included in the Indian Test squad. I always wanted to be a part of the Indian Test squad, and it was more like a dream come true for me.” Rishabh Pant

 

11. “Of course, there are ups and downs in cricket always, but that’s how you learn. I am too young, and what I constantly do is learn from my seniors. They have been in tough situations, and they know how to tackle them. I just keep learning.” Rishabh Pant

 

12. “I always look at the positive side of things. Wicket keeping is all about the feel. And I got a good feeling about my wicket keeping in England. So I didn’t look too much at the scoreboard.” Rishabh Pant

 

13. “I have so far enjoyed my preparation with red-ball cricket. The Duke Ball swings a lot when you’re here in England, and initially, when I started playing here with India A, I realized that the swing will come a lot into play in these conditions.” Rishabh Pant

 

14. “I played a lot of my early cricket in Haridwar and Dehradun. But I just had to come to Delhi if I had to make a career out of it.” Rishabh Pant

 

15. “I care most about how people live their lives, what choices they make, and how they get the best from themselves.” Rishabh Pant

 

16. “In front of 40,000 people, you don’t really want to drop a catch or misfiled. It’s part and parcel of the game.” Rishabh Pant

 

17. “I don’t think I will ever make my all-time greatest India team. You cannot compare one era with another, as they will be different.” Rishabh Pant

 

18. “A sporting track doesn’t always mean that it will only have grass on it.” Rishabh Pant

 

19. “If the batsman is playing good shots, you accept it, but it is important that we bowl according to what the plan is and not go off it.” Rishabh Pant

 

20. “As a wicketkeeper, and as a youngster, if I don’t learn, it will be very difficult. Always important to keep learning from your mistakes.” Rishabh Pant

 

21. “In red-ball cricket, with the field placements, you can look around, take your time, because you have five days to play, whereas, in limited-overs cricket, you have a limited number of balls to play and score.” Rishabh Pant

 

22. “Unless you are a good bowler, you won’t be in the India A side.”Rishabh Pant

 

23. “One-day cricket is about aggression and flair, but Test cricket is a different ball game. One has to struggle through the hard periods initially and then look on to get a respectable score on the board.” Rishabh Pant

 

24. “What captains want is players who move well in the field.” Rishabh Pant

 

25. “Even when you bowl a bad over, try to restrict it in between 15-18 runs, because if you go higher than that, it has a bigger impact on the game.” Rishabh Pant


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