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For instance this is my second tour to South Africa, so I was better equipped for this tour, mentally and skill-wise.
"It is difficult to play wrist-spinners because they can turn the ball on flat tracks also.
And when the ball starts turning, the overseas players especially aren't very used to it.
We have the option of not introducing spinners early, depending on the situation. If the game goes a certain way, we know that we can bring on spinners later than normal, and Hardik can bowl at that time. India, who have a poor ODI record in South Africa, is set for improvement after being 2-0 up in the six-match series.