Bharat Arun became the bowling coach of the Indian team in 2017 after being recommended by head coach Ravi Shastri.
Arun said that the lockdown phase has given ample time for the bowlers to build on their strengths and recover from their niggles.
The pace bowling unit will be quite crucial when India play their next two big Test series in Australia, South Africa, England and New Zealand.
Arun understands that it can be frustrating for a professional sportsperson, sitting at home.
The spin twins haven't played a match together since the World Cup.
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Dube averages over 40s in first-class and List A games and has two first-class fifers as well.
India will go onto play the 2nd Test against South Africa on 10th October 2019 in Pune.
Bharat Arun and R Sridhar are also expected for a hike in remuneration.
The performance on the ground has benefited Arun and with Bangar's exit, he became the automatic choice for promotion which would also see his remuneration going up.