Australian fast bowler Pat Cummins feels he has a huge amount to sell in the IPL auction, which puts a different kind of pressure on the players as good performances can never be guaranteed.
The 27-year-old is one of the most expensive foreign players in the popular league. Kolkata Knight Riders offered him Rs 15.50 crore for the 2019 IPL players auction. spent.
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“A player is always under pressure to perform in professional cricket,” Cummins said.
“Whenever you play professional cricket anywhere, there will be a lot of pressure. If you are giving up a good game, then you have to do it again, if you are giving up a bad game, you have to perform, ”he told the official website of his IPL franchise KKR.
“I think the auction brings another kind of pressure. We had to try and manage it. Just because you went for more money, the ball swings more or the wicket is suddenly snatched, or the range is bigger. Is. “Since KKR could not qualify for the playoffs, Cummins finished the previous version with an economy rate of 7.86 with 12 wickets in 14 games.
“It’s the same playground, so, I’m just trying to focus on what I do. I think I’ll bring the best success for KK when I’m here.”
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Playing in the league in India and the UAE in 2014, Cummins, who was part of the franchise, said he learned a lot of bowling from Australia under different circumstances.
“I have amazing memories. My first experience playing with players from outside Australia, my first taste of IPL. I watched it a lot on TV and yes I liked it very much.” He bowled hard in India or UAE. Different ways have to be learned and discovered. We have some amazing people around the team to learn from.
“I got a full two months to spend with Jack Kallis. I loved the experience that made me more hungry.”