We're working very hard on fielding, you will see some results - Amol Muzumdar

India ladies lead trainer Amol Muzumdar highlighted the significance of wellness and handling as his group starts a significant stretch of tasks driving into the T20 World Cup. The Harmanpreet Kaur-drove group have South Africa for a multi-design series beginning with the one-dayers in Bengaluru. "At the point when I took over last December, we had said that handling and wellness have been the foundation and we have been driving that message to the gathering. They [the players] have answered actually pleasantly to that," Muzumdar said. "Handling is a work underway and we are really buckling down towards it and trust me, you will see a few outcomes out of it." The South Africa series, which starts on Sunday (June 16) is bookended by the two restricted overs designs with the oddball Test in the middle between. That the T20I leg in Chennai is toward the end guarantees design progression driving into the Ladies' Asia Cup in Sri Lanka beginning July 19 and hence into the World Cup in Bangladesh which starts on October 3. "The congruity is vital in the couple of months paving the way to the World Cup," Muzumdar said, "This series, the configuration that we are playing is ODI design, then the Test match, then the last one is T20. It is a very much planned series and we go into the Asia Cup which again is T20s. "By then I figure we ought to be prepared for the World Cup. Then, at that point, we have a cutback of around seven and a half weeks before we head off to Bangladesh. It is a very thoroughly examined series and [we are] truly anticipating it." As it turns out, India are booked to play all their 'Gathering A' matches of the World Cup in Sylhet, a setting they played five T20Is at in their latest two-sided task against Bangladesh. Muzumdar said the group was developing great to the super occasion with cautiously organized abilities explicit in the middle between. "We have had a fabulous planning over the most recent two months," Muzumdar said. "We went to Bangladesh and had an ideal outcome; 5-0 we won the T20 series. We additionally rehearsed around there, in similar ground where we would play the World Cup. We've had two or three camps before this series. We had a parted camp. The bowler's camp was held at NCA here in Bengaluru and the player's camp was held in Navi Mumbai. It was a concentrated camp and we had the productive wanted results for the camp." Smriti Mandhana, who drove her Illustrious Challengers Bengaluru side to the WPL title this year, came in for acclaim from Muzumdar with the lead trainer expecting the star hitter to likewise add to the administration bunch. "Smriti is a fabulous pioneer," he said. "We truly do have an initiative gathering inside the group and Smriti is a major figure that. Proceeding, she certainly has a task to carry out. She has a decent brotherhood with the ongoing commander Harmanpreet Kaur and we are cooperating. She is most certainly a fabulous pioneer as we've found in the WPL. She has come out on top for the championship for RCB."