Herschel made his debut in India after T20 World Cup Last November and for more than six months in international cricket, the 31-year-old has taken 17 wickets at an average of 19.52 in 11 matches.
Slow pitches are more suited to his bowling style and it was clear in the last two matches that he was right after hitting the hammer. Kotla Surface in series opener.
Being a shrewd operator, Herschel knows very well how to be effective under heavy pressure despite his limitations.
“To be honest, people have been trying to figure out what I’ve been bowling for the last two years (in the IPL). The longer they play with each bowler, the more the opposing team will understand what the strength and pattern of the bowler is.
“My job as a bowler is to be one step ahead of them. At the end of the day you may have 15 plans, but on a certain day in a state of pressure if you don’t go out and execute with confidence, not everything happens. Don’t fall into place. .
“My focus is on trying to make the best delivery possible at that time,” he said before the fourth T20 South Africa.
This RCB The mainstay of bowling relies heavily on its variations to outsmart batsmen and he says it needs to be constantly evolving.
“I can’t worry about speed because I can’t bowl as fast Umran Malik. I have to develop the skills to make myself effective internationally. I’ve never been an express fast bowler, although on a good day I can get close to 140km / h.
“My focus has always been on developing skills around my bowling and whatever the limitations and advantages of my bowling.
“I would definitely prefer to pay on slower wickets. It gives you a chance to fight. If you can continue playing on pitches like Delhi, it can hurt your confidence a bit.
“We have bowlers who can bowl on all pitches but when the pitches are a bit slower and the ground dimensions are a bit bigger it brings them more into the game,” he said.