And, he feels wrist spinners are in demand currently. “There is no doubt that wrist spinners are dominating the world,” Kuldeep said. “But sometimes, when you try to stop runs, you actually turn out to be expensive. We need to work on our accuracy. You need to accept that you do get hit for runs and work on being economical.” Kuldeep, however, feels it is very difficult to adjust to red-ball cricket after consistently featuring in the limited-overs formats. “It’s hard to play red-ball cricket when you aren’t consistently playing that format,” he said. “If you aren’t a regular in this format, it takes time to get into your rhythm. When you are consistently playing limited overs and suddenly switch to Tests without much preparation, it will be tough to excel.