IPL 2020, DC vs SRH: Delhi Capitals leg-spinner Amit Mishra says, “What should I do not do”
His Indian career never really did as he did in the IPL, but Delhi’s legendary leg-spinner Amit Mishra says he has stopped thinking about why he should “be what”, not his Content with name. Mishra is behind Lasith Malinga in the list of highest wicket-takers in the IPL with 157 scalps from 148 matches. He said in an online press conference of the struggle against Sunrisers Hyderabad, “I don’t know that I am young. I used to think a lot before, so my mind would go away. Now I just focus on my job.” on Tuesday.
He said, “To be honest, I didn’t get what I was supposed to be, but that’s fine. People know who Amit Mishra is. That’s enough for me. I have to focus on my cricket and bowling, so that’s what I am Will do. ” , Touching on the disappointment of not making much change for India.
Despite being one of the country’s highest-ranked leg-spinners, Mishra has played just 22 Tests, 36 ODIs and 10 T20Is for India. His last Test and ODI match was back in 2016.
The 37-year-old also congratulated Haryana youngster Rahul Tewatia for a stormy half-century who helped the Rajasthan Royals to a resounding win on Sunday and became a thing.
Mishra said that Tewatia surpassed expectations with his magical knock. Played simultaneously for both capitals in the 2018 season.
Mishra said, “He is focused on his batting. The way he played yesterday is good for the future of Haryana. I want him to keep performing like this in future also.”
“I had little hope that he could, but I didn’t expect that he would actually go to play the innings. Sometimes you get so much attention, things start happening the way you want. Are. It was an innings that we wanted. Don’t see often. It’s one of the best innings of his life so far. “
In Tuesday’s match, Mishra said that the Abu Dhabi wicket would favor the batsmen.
He said, “It’s a bit slow. The batsmen are getting time to play the shot. The batsmen have an advantage, the bowlers are planning accordingly. It will be a slow wicket.”
The wrist spinner said that his team would have to plan more for the matches in Sharjah.
“For Sharjah, we have to plan better because it is a smaller ground. Compared to Dubai and Abu Dhabi, the match will be a more important match in Sharjah. If you win there, it will help the team.”
When asked about the impact of coach Ricky Ponting so far, Mishra said: “He has played the game for so long, so he knows the mentality of the players. If someone is more or less confident, he knows That’s what he had to say. “
“He always talks positively. He is very cheerful, I also learn a lot from him about how he handles players based on his personal nature.”
He said that he managed to make leg spin such a powerful weapon in a format that batsmen dominated, adding: “I was always told that this is not a game for leg spinners, but it inspired me more did.
“Leg-spinners have more variety than others, so they are an option to take wickets but you have to work hard for it.”