Sehwag: maturing or scared?

Rediff.com has carried a story that Sehwag is going to curb some attacking shots.

Indian opener Virender Sehwag is prepared to tone down his explosive batting style to regain form and make an impact at the World Cup starting next month.

Read full story here.

My comment would be… as I understand it, Sehwag became famous for his carefree “not-thinking” attitude. Initially everything was fine because he was scoring runs. But then he started failing more… regularly… it seemed bowlers had figured him out. But still Sehwag still remained the same, saying that he will play his ‘natural game’. (he was supported by the managing staff). But enough was enough… and he was dropped from vice-captaincy… and NOW… he is saying he will curb some shots? A clear sign of desperation… to keep his place.

Hopefully, this will still somehow work for India’s favour.

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