Mumbai: Veteran India pacer Jhulan Goswami on Wednesday said quitting T20s has rejuvenated her mentally and physically and she is now enjoying playing the 50-over format. The 36-year-old from Kolkata, who is the leading wicket-taker in ODIs, retired from T20s just three months before the T20 World Cup that was held in November last year.
“Well, I am very much fresh mentally and physically. Mostly I am enjoying my cricket, because T20 is a format where you need to be physically or mentally little aggressive,” Goswami told reporters here on the eve of the final ODI against England.
“That way (now) I am getting more time for myself to think about what to do and what not to do, so I am enjoying playing one format game.” Jhulan said that she is enjoying her rhythm since the South Africa tour last year.
“Since South Africa tour, I am bowling well so far. I bowled against England in Nagpur. In Sri Lanka, I bowled well. New Zealand, and now England,” she said. “I’m enjoying my rhythm and I just try to do what I can do from my-side and that’s the thing I am trying my level best because as a senior player, you have a lot of responsibility,” she added.