One of India's most notable omissions at the T20 World Cup, leg spinner Yuzvendra Chahal claimed on Thursday that he would be his former wicket clerk for the second half of this year's IPL.While training for his Royal Challengers Bangalore team, a cheerful Chahal offered to strike, but only if the cloak and sword were Glenn Maxwell.Back on his first training session with the team, Chahal said, "Obviously,
The feeling was good, it was okay and I'm happy with the way I bowled today."I'm very pumped up, especially, you know, we're good on the points table and we have a very good chance to stay at the top of the table and when you bowl well after a long time you always feel good. Today, I can say that the old Yuzi is back." IPL-14, suspended in its mid-season biological bubble in May due to multiple COVID-19 cases, will resume Sunday in the United Arab Emirates and Chahal will be one of many players to take his place on the squad nationally.Chahal was far from his best in the first leg of the IPL in India.
Despite his team playing on a rotating surface like Chennai's, the leg spinner struggled to find the rhythm and was only able to select four wickets in seven games with a saving of 8.26.During the training session, South African legend AB de Villiers welcomed Chahal and Maxwell before the networking session began Head Coach Mike Hesson described the plans for the session as follows:
"In terms of practice today, we all know what the role is. We've all had those meetings for what we're training for. So when we go in the nets, we're really specific about what we're trying to get out of it."After the net encounter, De Villiers was escorted by Maxwell to watch a match in which both players attempted to hit the stumps from 22 yards, but with a tennis ball and racket.The all-rounder from Villiers said he did a lot of sports in his youth and Maxwell replied that he was not at all surprised.
Sources:- times of India
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