The right-hand batter opened up about his mindset and the role of management and support staff in the team's decision-making
Pakistan all-format skipper Babar Azam has revealed that he had made all the decisions on his own ever since he took over the captaincy. The 27-year old also spoke about his involvement In the team selection.
"I am making all the decisions and selecting the team on my own as a captain, and my target is to play with the best playing eleven. The team comes first for me," Babar said during a virtual press conference after one-off T20I against Australia.
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The right-hand batter opened up about his mindset and the role of management and support staff in the team's decision-making.
"I am giving my hundred percent as a captain and make my own decisions. I do take suggestions and input from the support staff, coach, chief selector, chairman and good points from their side are implemented accordingly," Babar added.
Since January, the Pakistani players were occupied with the HBL PSL 7, followed by the series against Australia. The players will get a much-needed break before their next fixture against West Indies at home in June.
Babar shared the players' routine during the offseason and how they spend their time. He also spoke about how they train and prepare at home.
"We work on our weak points during the offseason, we analyze ourselves and look at the positive and negative things, we try to improve the good things further and correct the mistakes that we have done in the past," Babar added.
"First, we will give time to our family as it's been a long season and then pray and fast during Ramadan. We will continue our training and spend some quality time with our families," Babar concluded.