IPL 2020: No pressure of being senior SRH gamer, states Bhuvneshwar
SunRisers Hyderabad’s Bhuvneshwar Kumar and group batting coach VVS Laxman throughout a net session.
SunRisers Hyderabad’s medium pacer Bhuvneshwar Kumar thinks being the senior bowler of the team he will need to shoulder more obligation in the approaching Indian Premier League (IPL).
However, he says he is not feeling any pressure and he was anticipating installing a great performance that will assist his side win matches beginning on September 19 in the UAE.
In an unique discussion with IANS, Bhuvneshwar, who has actually taken 109 wickets in 96 video games for SRH stated: “Well, there’s no pressure at all due to the fact that the team is never based on any one gamer. It’s about all 11 people who contribute. Although being a senior player you constantly want to take more responsibility, there’s no pressure at all.”
IPL 2020 was initially scheduled to be played in India in March but since of the Covid-19 pandemic, it needed to be shifted to the UAE and matches will be played throughout three venues – Abu Dhabi, Dubai and Sharjah.
Bhuvneshwar feels cricketers would be raring to go on the field and offer their best, considering they have actually been away from the game for rather a long duration.
” Considering that no one has actually played any cricket for months, so everybody in the squad is hungry and inspired to return to the field, play, and give his finest shot.”
The 30-year-old bowler even more stated that his team was preparing well for the tournament and would put in its best foot forward to attempt and clinch the prize for the 2nd time after 2016 (the team in its earlier avtar as Deccan Chargers had won the 2009 title).
” I believe every team has actually got relatively equal opportunities of winning the title. Speaking about SRH, indeed, we are preparing well and definitely wish to win it.”
The pitches in the UAE tend to be slow and spinner-friendly and hence fans might expect matches to be not as high-scoring as they are utilized to witnessing in India. Nevertheless, Bhuvneshwar feels batsmen will find an escape to score runs and bowlers will have to be on their toes to keep them in check.
“I wouldn’t say bowlers will have an upper hand totally due to the fact that both the batsman and bowler learn a method to score runs or take wickets, even if the pitches are not appropriate for them. That is how this game is,” he said.