The young opener Shubman Gill, who played a key role in the Indian team's victory in the Test series against Australia, has made a big disclosure about his career. India's right-handed batsman Shubman Gill revealed that he used to be quite intimidated by bouncer balls at first, but later he had overcome his fear.
Shubman Gill gave India a stunning 91-run win in the final match played in Brisbane in the four-match Test series against Australia. On the tour of Australia, Shubman Gill was able to beat the Kangaroo fast bowlers (Pat Cummins, Josh Hazlewood, and Mitchell Starc) easily. During this time he did not let the slightest feeling that he was ever afraid of bouncer balls.
Shubman Gill revealed through the Kolkata Knight Riders website that when I was young I used to be quite scared of bouncers. During this, he said that you are afraid only till you get hurt. In the Test series against Australia, Shubman Gill has scored 259 runs in six innings of three matches.