Kuldeep is Anil bhai's product, says Raina

Kuldeep Yadav has been in good form during the ongoing series against Australia and Suresh Raina believes that the work put in by Anil Kumble former coach of the Indian cricket team on the Chinaman bowler has reaped rich benefits

Suresh Raina credits Anil Kumble's mentoring for spinner Kuldeep Yadav's rise

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. I had suffered an injury and that was a very hard time of my life but I'm enjoying my space at the moment", he said. "So, it (being out of Indian team) is nothing and I am enjoying it and the things will come in my time", he stated.

Injuries and fitness concerns have kept Raina out of Team India for a while but the left-hander hopes to make a comeback.

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Mumbai: Away from the scene of action in worldwide cricket in recent times, Suresh Raina attributed his Uttar Pradesh teammate and chinaman bowler Kuldeep Yadav's success to the work done by former India head coach Anil Kumble. "Kuldeep Yadav is doing very well and the credit goes to Anil Bhai [Anil Kumble]". He worked really hard with him (Kuldeep). I was talking to Kuldeep in the IPL. "When Kuldeep played with me in the IPL, he would always message Anil bhai after each game", said Raina.

Although he has not played for India since February, Raina said he was under no pressure and has not set any personal targets. He [Kuldeep] has done well with [former Australian chinaman] Brad Hogg. "He's the guy who'll change everything in the bowling department". The UP side was humiliated by Railways after being bundled out for 72 runs while chasing 94. We had a chat after the match. The wicket was little different. I won the World Cup, so many trophies we've won.

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"In Duleep Trophy you have seen the wicket and it is not in my hand to win the toss. So we had to bat on the fourth day and it wasn't easy", Raina signed off. "There are many aspects which we need to take in a positive manner", said Raina. The Kohli-led unit, which had trounced Sri Lanka 9-0 on their home soil, recently beat Australia 4-1 in the five-match ODI series.

Not a single Team India player tweeted a "good bye" to legendary legspinner Anil Kumble when he quit as India coach earlier this year, but quite a few top cricketers have acknowledged his contribution in their success. "If I'm enjoying, I can win games for my country any day", he said, philosophically. "That is important. When I get a chance, I will also be a part of it", concluded Raina.

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