“Hopefully, I can continue with the momentum because we know how cricket goes — if it turns it can be a dark side. At the moment, it’s going well and I wouldn’t say there’s any secret to it. I’ve been working hard and following the processes.”
With the T20 World Cup in Australia fast approaching in October and November, Hendricks has joined a list of strong candidates pushing for places in SA’s final squad. He has been working hard behind the scenes to achieve that goal.
“I think a lot of work has gone into it. We obviously see how the T20 games have evolved. It was a mindshift issue too and the way the coach wants us to play,” Hendricks said. “I’ve been putting in a lot of hard work behind the scenes. Obviously if you start well it gives you confidence going into an innings. It has been something that I have been working on and hopefully it can continue.”
The Proteas meet Ireland in the second T20 in Bristol on Friday night (7.30pm SA time).