“I do know him, he had coached me as effectively for 4 years in Sri Lanka. We know one another and I believe it’s a new addition and it’s a totally different mind-set.
“In the final seven years, Tom (Moody) was excellent with us, and hopefully, Trevor Bayliss will do a greater job,” Muralitharan mentioned in a video shared by the franchise on its official Twitter deal with. The bowling coach, one of many recreation’s biggest spinners, mentioned this yr the franchise is trying ahead to giving alternatives to the children.
Sunrisers have 5 younger Indian gamers — Abdul Samad, Abhishek Sharma, Khaleel Ahmad, Priyam Garg and Sanjay Yadav — of their squad.
“This yr we went with very younger expertise as a result of we’re taking a look at giving alternatives to the children and attempt to get one of the best out of them,” Muralitharan said. “When I come to coaching, with out bowling it is going to be boring so I believed to provide them a hand as a result of there aren’t as many web bowlers. We needed to carry web bowlers from India,” he added.
He mentioned the staff is eagerly awaiting the arrival of star gamers David Warner, Mitchell Marsh and Jonny Bairstow, who’re engaged in a limited-overs sequence in England in the meanwhile.
“Boys are coaching very arduous and we’re trying ahead to the massive weapons to come back, they’re but to come back. We are trying ahead to the primary match.”
The 1996 World Cup winner mentioned that it is going to be a unique expertise enjoying with out followers.
“It is one thing totally different for us as a result of now we have by no means performed a cricket recreation with out followers. “So, definitely we are going to miss the fans, and hopefully, all the fans will be supporting us through the TV and give all the good blessings for the SunRisers. Hopefully, we will win this tournament,” he mentioned.
Moved out of India attributable to a surge in COVID-19 circumstances, the 13th version of the league can be held within the three venues of Dubai, Abu Dhabi and Sharjah within the UAE from September 19 to November 10.
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