Sharjah, September 23
Convinced that possessing an array of pictures is a should to go along with power-hitting, wicket-keeper batsman Sanju Samson says he labored on these elements in the course of the coronavirus enforced break.
The work achieved by Samson was there to be seen when he pulverised the Chennai Super Kings on Tuesday evening, organising a Rajasthan Royal’s win along with his blistering 32-ball 74-run knock, studded with 9 sixes and a boundary.
That he’s an impression participant is a identified reality however his clear and chic hitting earned reward from every one.
“I think range-hitting is what the game demands in this generation. I had time to work out in these 5 months, and I think I’ve increased that ability,” Samson stated on the post-match presentation.
“I’ve been working hard on my fitness, diet and training, and on my strength, because my game relies a lot on power hitting,” he added.
Samson, who was adjudged Man-of-the-Match, stated his plan is to go and hit all of the deliveries in his arc.
“My sport plan is stand and ship. If it is within the arc I am going for it, and it is crucial to maintain the intent to hit the ball if it is there to be hit.
With Robin Uthappa and Jos Buttler additionally within the squad, the Royals are spoilt for selection within the wicket-keeping division.
However, Samson, who executed two stumpings and as many catches in opposition to CSK, stated he’s pleased to play any position the captain and coach deem match for him.
“Everyone likes to keep wickets and no one likes running around, but it’s up to the coach. We are happy to bring smiles on the fans’ faces and we hope to continue doing so.” PTI