Throughout the 50-over World Cup, Suryakumar Yadav often displayed uncertainty in his approach. The increased duration for batting might have overwhelmed him with numerous choices, resembling a miniature artist struggling with a more extensive canvas.
His designated role wasn\’t linked to a particular batting position but rather to the remaining number of overs. Even in the final match, Ravindra Jadeja was positioned ahead of Surya, guaranteeing a limited number of overs for his batting and minimizing potential confusion. Nevertheless, the difficulties he encountered in executing his role in the final were largely shaped by the strategic planning and execution of the Australian team.