Written byAyush Gupta
Two fast bowlers in the form of India's Jasprit Bumrah and England's Jofra Archer have been making headlines of late, courtesy their lethal bowling.
Here's what he said regarding their rise and domination.
He also said that both these pacers would inspire him to lift his game.
"You are not always at the top, that's one thing I can tell you," Rabada was quoted as saying to iol.co.za.
"I've learned that there are a lot of ups and downs. I want to be the best in the world, everybody does. You are naturally going to compete in that fashion, I'm not too worried, I'm feeling nice and easy," Rabada added.
While Rabada said that he was certainly disappointed with South Africa's woeful campaign in the ICC World Cup 2019, he was not angry, as he looks to work harder.
"When a setback comes you want to be determined, you don't want to change a lot of things. It's about seeing where you went wrong and then, putting in extra work," he said further.
Excited to be back in India and looking forward to playing cricket again 🇿🇦🇮🇳— Kagiso Rabada (@KagisoRabada25) September 7, 2019
While South Africa would look to dominate in the same manner in the T20Is as the last time, it would certainly be an uphill task, especially following India's 3-0 domination against the Windies, recently.
However, it would be the Test series, which the Proteas would be eyeing.
Their last series win came in India in 2000, where they registered a 2-0 clean sweep.
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