Mumbai: The unauthorized Australian murderers Steve & Smith and David Warner have made India the frontrunner who won the upcoming series of four tests, Down Under, feels the former stylish left-handed Vinod Camille.
Impressed by the unprecedented form of Virata Kohli with a whip, Kambli showered the Indian captain, who finished 30 on Monday and broke the record after recording, saying he is thirsty and gives 110 percent on the pitch.
"Our chances are clear: we're winning the series (in Australia), these two beaters (Smith and Warner) are gone, so take full advantage," said Kambli PTI on Tuesday off the beaten track of the second Tendulkar-Middlesex Global Academy camp, which began at the MIG club in the suburbs of Bandra.
Smith and Warner face an annual ban after they got involved in the culminating scandal in South Africa.
India is going to Australia for a long tour, which consists of three T20s, four test matches, followed by three One Day Internationals. The first test begins in Adelaide on December 6.
Kambli said: "He (Kohli) is thirsty running, and the hunger to do well, that is what is very good in him, the ethics of work and the way he is on the pitch, gives 110 percent The most important thing that I like in his game and wink, there is a hunger for bustle, he is very hungry. "
Kambli, 46, along with his childhood friend and batting legend Sachin Tendulkar and Rajasthan's former counselor, Pradeep Sundaram, took care of the children who came to the camp and gave advice to a young Mumbai opener, Prithvi Shawa, opened in Australia.
Shaw made his debut on his dream attempt, winning a hundred years in Rajkot against West India and recalling Kambli, who played in 104 ODI, his own youth in the cricket.
"He is a striker, hides behind the ball and likes to run, in fact he likes to play his shots," said Kambli.
So what advice does Kambli have for Shaw?
"Play your natural game," he said.
"I always talked to him (Shaw) and I just told him," play your natural game "I said" do not think too much, just go there, enjoy the game and just be confident ". Very important when (driving) for trips like Australia or playing anywhere else, I hope it does the same "- he explained.
Meanwhile, Kambli said he saw some good talent at the D Y Patil stadium in neighboring Navi Mumbai, where the first camp ended on Sunday.
"We had the first camp in DY Patil (Stadium) and we were doing very well, we have great coaches, with whom we are working well in DY Patil, it was Sachin's dream to give something in the game related to children, it's another experience to get to know good talent "- he said.
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