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IPL 2020: SunRisers Hyderabad Looking To Give Opportunities To Youngsters, Says Muttiah Muralitharan

SunRisers Hyderabad bowling coach Muttiah Muralitharan mentioned this 12 months the aspect is trying ahead to giving alternatives to the kids. Sharing his expertise on returning again to the sphere after seven months hiatus, the previous Sri Lankan felt elated to we again with the SunRisers and hopes that staff will do nicely on this 12 months’s Indian Premier League (IPL). David Warner, Mitchell Marsh and Jonny Bairstow are but to affix the squad as they’re taking part in for his or her respective groups within the collection between England and Australia.

“It is something special, because after COVID, and six-seven months of staying at home and nothing to do, to be back with SunRisers and hopefully, we will do well in this tournament. Boys are training very hard and we are looking forward to the big guns to come, they are yet to come. We are looking forward to the first match,” Muralitharan mentioned in a video shared by SunRisers Hyderabad’s official Twitter deal with.

SunRisers have 5 younger Indian gamers — Abdul Samad, Abhishek Sharma, Khaleel Ahmad, Priyam Garg and Sanjay Yadav — of their squad.

“This year we went with very young talent because we are looking at giving opportunities to the youngsters and try to get the best out of them,” the legendary spinner mentioned.

“When I come to training, without bowling it will be boring so I thought to give them a hand because there are not as many net bowlers. We had to bring net bowlers from India,” he added.

Muralitharan is trying ahead to work with new head coach Trevor Bayliss do produce higher outcomes.

“I know him, he had coached me as well for four years in Sri Lanka. We know each other and I think it is a new addition and it is a different way of thinking. In the last seven years, Tom was very good with us and hopefully, Trevor Bayliss will do a better job,” the bowling coach mentioned.

Muralitharan additional added that it is going to be a special expertise of taking part in with out followers within the match.


“It is something different for us because we have never played a cricket game without fans. So, definitely we are going to miss the fans and hopefully all the fans will be supporting us through the TV and giving all the good blessings for the SunRisers. Hopefully, we will win this tournament,” he mentioned.

The 13th version of the league can be performed from September 19 to November 10, throughout three venues within the UAE — Abu Dhabi, Sharjah, and Dubai. SunRisers Hyderabad will tackle RCB of their opening recreation of the match in Dubai on September 21.

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