Gujarat Titans skipper Hardik Pandya, whose knock of 69 runs helped his side in registering a victory against Kolkata Knight Riders, said that he is currently focusing on playing in IPL and not thinking much about his Team India comeback. The all-rounder played his last match for India against Namibia in T20 World Cup 2021 in Dubai but was unable to leave a mark because of the pressure he had due to his back surgery.
‘I don’t think it’s my (India) comeback anyway and secondly I don’t focus on my comeback. I focus on the game which I play. At the moment, I am playing IPL and will focus on IPL, then will see where the future takes. It’s never in my hands now. I focus on the team which I’m playing in. We are doing well and I’m very happy, Pandya in a post-match press conference. Opting to bat first, Gujarat Titans were restricted at 156/9, as Kolkata’s Andre Russell scalped four wickets in the 20th over.