Very happy with Axar Patel’s batting performance as he did the same for Delhi Capitals: Pravin Amre

Delhi Capitals assistant coach Praveen Amre, who has been part of a side letter since 2019, expressed happiness over the all-rounder’s recent stellar batting performance, saying he was doing the same for his IPL team.

Amre knows this very well because during the IPL season in October 2020, Axar hit left-arm spin all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja for three sixes in the last over to win a match for Delhi against Chennai Super Kings in Sharjah.

Most recently in IPL 2022, Axar went to bat when Delhi trailed 104-6 while chasing 178 and scored an unbeaten 38 off 17 balls against Mumbai Indians in their opening match at the Brabourne Stadium. Took the team home.

“We also have to give a lot of credit to the owners, as they are the ones who traded him to Punjab (Axar was bought by Delhi for Rs 5 crore in the player auction ahead of the 2019 IPL season) and believed he could be Delhi. An asset to the capitals of.

“He has been doing very well for the last three years. We all believe that he is going to be a real all-rounder and that is what he is really giving for Team India.”

“We are very happy because he has done the same for us at Delhi Capitals, in some matches he has contributed with the bat as well. We know what a good bowler he is, but his all-rounder role is important especially in T20Is. In cricket. I am expecting him to do the same for Team India in the World Cup.

One of Amre’s wards, batsman Shreyas Iyer, has not looked comfortable of late playing against the short ball in IPL and international cricket. When asked about Iyer’s short-ball issues, Amre said, “The itinerary is such that there is no time to take a break. They have been touring with the team continuously. But I am sure he will do more now.” Has matured and has played more cricket now. I think this is where he will adjust himself and that’s the beauty of the game. Many times, you have to take those calls and make those little adjustments. You have to live on your own.”

Amre expressed his happiness with the Delhi captain and India wicketkeeper-batsman Rishabh Pant with a stellar batting performance in international cricket.

Currently featuring in the T20I series against the West Indies, Pant had a memorable tour of England, scoring 146 and 57 in the rescheduled fifth Test at Edgbaston and an unbeaten 125 in the ODI series decider at Edgbaston.

“I would say that IPL experience has really helped him to go out and give for the success of Team India. It was a pleasure to see him contribute as he is someone who is the lone match winner for Team India as well. It’s cool and we are really hoping that he contributes in the upcoming series as well.”

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