Wicket-keeper batsman Tania Bhatia said that the Indian team has now become better at assessing and dealing with the conditions, as evidenced by the recent tri-series in Australia. India defeated both England and Australia in the tri-series played just before the World Cup but lost in the final. India continued their good form and won their first three matches in the Women's T20 World Cup and made it to the semi-finals. He defeated New Zealand by four runs on Thursday.
Bhatia said after the match, "In the last 12 to 14 months we have improved a lot as a unit. We are in a really positive state. We have been playing well since the tri-series. As a team, we now assess situations well and overcome them. He said - the results were in our favor but we have to maintain the rhythm. If we do that then we will do well and we can win the final as well.
Bhatia hopes that his batting will do well in the remaining matches of the tournament. They said - we are playing well. There were only one or two matches in which our batsman did not play well. Shefali is giving a good start and the rest of the batsmen will have to take responsibility.