Indian bowler who loves masala dosa and Brett Lee

The new pacer Prasidh Krishna is a huge fan of masala dosa and Bret Lee.

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In fact, Prasidh Krishna has received guidance from none other than former Australian cricketer, Jeff Thomson ‘Thommo’.

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Prasidh Krishna took up the game at the age of 11. His father, Murali Krishna, was a cricketer too. He says:

“Prasidh started playing at the age of 11 and did well in school cricket as an all-rounder. At the age of 14 he became serious about fast bowling. The family has supported him in his endeavours.”

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In 2017, as part of the IDBI Federal Bowling Foundation, Prasidh Krishna travelled to Australia with 3 others to train under Thommo.

During the press meet, it was also announced that former India players, Roger Binnyand Raghuram Bhatt will be part of the Bowling Foundation.

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Thommo who then was just inducted to the Australian Cricket Hall of Fame, planned to select a few pacers to travel with him to Brisbane for a 3 weeks training.

Prasidh Krishna went on to work with Thommo and Glen McGrath.

On his first day as an international cricketer, Prasidh Krishna tweeted: “My first day at work was a roller coaster ride. Never over until it’s over. All’s well that ends well. Cheers to this special match and many more to come.”

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According to Makarand Waingankar, a former cricket administrator and columnist, the training at the Cricket Australia Academy in Brisbane proved extremely beneficial for Prasidh Krishna.

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Prasidh Krishna’s father told PTI:

“He is a huge fan of Brett Lee and likes to bowl fast and with fire like him. And, he loves masala dosa.”

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