India's 2022 T20 World Cup hopes ended in a 10-wicket defeat against eventual champions England in the semifinals, as Pandya put it. The team, he said, must overcome their World Cup disappointment. "We are professionals, and we must handle our success or failures accordingly. How we handle our success or failures in the future will be based on our previous failures. And if we handle our success well, it will be easier for us to improve our mistakes, " Pandya said.
The next T20 World Cup will be held in 2024 and the Indian squad is expected to undergo a significant transformation over the next two years with Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma among others gradually being eased out of the set up. "Yes, the next T20 WC is almost two years away, so we have time to find new talent. A lot of cricket will be played and a lot of people will get a chance," Pandya hinted.