our strengths rather than thinking about their combination or their strategies,” he said.
Since their third and last Test in Sri Lanka from August 12-14, India have been playing back to back limited overs matches, which included series against Australia and New Zealand at home.
“Everyone knows how to adapt and adjust to all the formats. I don’t think we will have any problem. All the players are professionals. I don’t think will have problem in adjustment. The first Test here is important to get the momentum.”
Rahane was seen playing a lot of sweep shots on Monday including the unorthodox reverse sweep against the spinners.
“It’s important to improve your game everyday and evolve when you are practising at the nets. I just want to improve. I think if I improve one shot in the nets, I will be better off in the game. If an opportunity comes in the game, I’m 100 per cent confident of playing a particular shot. So, practising sweep, reverse sweep and paddle sweep just as options.