All eight groups have reached the UAE for the upcoming version of the Indian Premier League and after finishing the obligatory isolation interval of six days and clearing the Covid-19 checks, the gamers will hit the nets and start their preparations.
The gamers will face the problem of not simply discovering their rhythm again after the lengthy hiatus because of the lockdown imposed within the wake of the pandemic but additionally get accustomed to the recent and dry climate circumstances within the Gulf nation.
Bravo, who is seemingly taking part in for Trinbago Knight Riders within the CPL 2020, was quoted by Times of India as saying, “Every team has quality players and all know how to adapt. So I don’t think the conditions will favour any one team but CSK, of course, is a side which knows how to do well in any condition.”
Bravo additionally believes that Andre Russell and Kieron Pollard would be the most tough to bowl to as a result of their skill to hit sixes at will and it’ll be a problem for the bowlers to adapt to the saliva ban within the UAE warmth to maintain the ball helpful for some swing.
Talking about his CSK captain MS Dhoni’s announcement to retire from worldwide cricket, the Caribbean all-rounder stated cricket lovers would have liked to see him play for so long as potential however one has to cease someday. However, followers would nonetheless get to see him within the yellow of CSK.
“As cricket lovers, we would have loved to see him play for as long as possible but the reality is we have to stop sometime. But there’s still the IPL and he is very much there,” Bravo added.
Talking about MS Dhoni’s legacy, Bravo stated, “As a player, he used to absorb so much pressure and never panicked… Dhoni always gives players the belief and confidence which is the hallmark of any great captain.”
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