Gujarat is benefiting from long practice sessions in the nets: Abhinav Manohar
The 28-year-old batsman, who plays for Karnataka in domestic cricket, played an aggressive innings of 42 off 21 balls against Mumbai Indians on Tuesday as Gujarat won the match by 55 runs.
Gujarat Titans batsman Abhinav Manohar says the long practice sessions in the nets for the team’s batsmen are paying off in the Indian Premier League (IPL). The 28-year-old batsman, who plays for Karnataka in domestic cricket, played an aggressive innings of 42 off 21 balls against Mumbai Indians on Tuesday as Gujarat won the match by 55 runs. Apart from them, David Miller and Rahul Tewatia also played aggressive innings while Shubman Gill scored a half-century. Manohar said in the press conference after the match, “Our team practices a lot.
We spend a lot of time in practice sessions and the batsmen get enough practice which is really helping us. “He said,” We took part in two practice camps before the IPL which really benefited us. I know my role in the team. The franchise has clearly told us about our role and that helps us as well. He got the benefit.
Manohar said, “We were talking a lot at the crease. We were taking shots at whatever ball was in our reach. Apart from this, I feel that whenever I bat with Miller, talking to him helps me a lot. Regarding his captain Hardik Pandya, Manohar said that he is a world class batsman and will soon play big innings. . He said, “Hardik is a world class batsman and I am sure he will play a special innings in the next few days.
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