Duminy pleased with comeback, plans for more hard work ahead of Champions Trophy

Johannesburg, June 3 (ANI): South African cricketer J.P. Duminy has said there is scope for improving his skills in all departments of the game, following his unbeaten 150 in Proteas Vs. Netherlands one-day warm-up encounter ahead of the ICC Champions Trophy being played in England.

Duminy is making a comeback to international cricket after seven months of being laid off with injury, and is now looking forward to more hard work ahead his team's match with India in the ICC Champions Trophy on June 6, Sport 24 reports.

Duminy said he is pleased with the way he performed, although a lot more effort awaits him as he does not see TheNetherlands as a tough opposition.

Duminy thanked left-handed batsman Colin Ingram for rotating the strike which was the key move needed during the South African innings.

Duminy also said that he and right-handed batsman Faf du Plessis pushed the momentum of the game at the end of the innings, adding that it was a great workout for both of them.

The Proteas is looking forward to their next big game against Pakistan at London's Oval, before they play against India in the tournament opener in Cardiff. (ANI)


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