When I made my First-Class debut, my first spell was of 10 overs. So I was always used to bowling lot of overs in Ranji Trophy, which always helps.
In T20, you can show your variations; you can show your yorkers.
Earlier, I only used to get the ball into right handers. Over the years, I have developed some variations, thanks to first-class cricket and IPL.
I am happy to bowl wherever my captain wants me to bowl. If he tells me to bowl upfront and be aggressive with the new ball, I am happy to do that.
It is very important for long tours to enjoy the country and see the places.
Not chasing success, I want to focus on my process. If I do that, eventually everything gets sorted out.