I am grateful for everything he has endured. Dean Elgar believes Temba Bavuma will recover.

Temba Bavuma has been given the most of the time to play Test cricket in Australia . Dean Elgar praised for giving him the chance to play Test cricket .

Johannesburg (South Africa), December 2: Dean Elgar is praised for the space given to South Africa's ODI and T20I skipper Temba Bavuma for the upcoming Test series in Australia, saying he is dedicated to getting the most out of Bavuma in Test cricket.Following a disappointing T20 World Cup, Bavuma was the only specialist batter in the group who was not required to play a first-class match in the lead-up to the tour.Elgar and Bavuma both failed to find buyers in the SA20 auction, and calls for his dismissal increased as Bavuma's form faltered in the run-up to the World Cup.Bavuma said he would carefully consider his options ahead of South Africa's tournament-ending loss to the Netherlands, and would not allow emotion to dictate his decision.

I can't express how he has gone through because I wouldn't know how to deal with it personally.For the time being, I am loving the environment he is in.He wanted to take a break from the game for a brief moment, and you've got to respect that as well.He has a lot on his plate, but we also have work to do and he must be in the right position for the team, according to ESPNcricinfo.

Lately, he hasn't played much cricket, and it's up to me to get him in the right position, so I give him the best chance to go out and play his own version of Test cricket, he said.Despite his poor T20 form, Bavuma has been one of South Africas most productive Test bats over the past two years.Since December 2020, he has scored six half-centuries and averaged 47.93, outperforming everyone else in the lineup.After being bowled out four times for less than 200 runs in England, he was greatly missed.

Going to Australia, it is a little bit more of a match between bat and ball, as the wickets that they produce are really good cricket wickets.According to Elgar, if you have a bowling lineup like ours, you need runs on the board to give them the opportunity to take 20 wickets.

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