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Parvez Rasool pins hopes on India A's team's Australian tour

PTI   Srinagar, June 26, 2014
First Published: 17:41 IST(26/6/2014) | Last Updated: 18:11 IST(26/6/2014)

Cricketer Parvez Rasool on Thursday said the upcoming India A's tour of Australia is very important for him and would try to put in his best efforts to secure a place in the senior side.

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"The Australia tour is very important for me. I am going to Australia with the A team and I hope to perform well and get a place in the Indian team very soon," Rasool told reporters after inaugurating an Adidas showroom here.

Rasool, who recently became the first cricketer from Kashmir Valley to get the ODI cap when he played against Bangladesh, said he always believes he has to perform well whenever a chance comes his way.

"Whenever I get a chance to play, I will put in my best and try to perform very well to represent the country in many tournaments," he said.

He said it was an overwhelming feeling to get an ODI cap and a great experience to play for the country.

"When I played for my state in the Ranji, it was a good feeling but when I got an ODI cap, the feeling was overwhelming. I felt really great to play an international match," he said.

Rasool said he got huge support from the team management which encouraged him.

"I got huge support from my captain and coach. They had some very encouraging words for me after my performance and it felt very good," he said.

"To include a cricketer in the playing eleven is the team management's decision. The wickets in Bangladesh were suited more for the medium pacers than the spinners," he said.

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