Royal Challengers Bangalore pacer Harshal Patel mentioned that the large price ticket of INR 10.75 crore is not going to have an effect on his play on the cricket subject. Harshal was signed by RCB final season in a commerce cope with Delhi Capitals and the seamer turned out to be probably the greatest gamers of the seasons by successful the Purple Cap for taking most wickets – 32. RCB made a daring choice by not retaining him within the public sale and went for him within the public sale. The franchise needed to break the financial institution for Harshal within the public sale as they re-signed him for a whopping INR 10.75 crore.
Ahead of the upcoming season, Harshal talked in regards to the hefty price ticket strain and mentioned it doesn’t matter to him as nothing will change in his enjoying fashion.
“I’m going to play precisely the identical means I performed final 12 months, whether or not I play for 10 lakhs or 10.75 crores. It doesn’t actually matter. No new expertise, all I actually hope for is (that) I’m extra exact in my execution, I’m extra tight in my execution and if I do this then I’ll be very completely happy. What I bowl is what I do know and that’s not going to vary,” Patel said in a video uploaded by RCB’s official Instagram handle.
The Indian pacer has already joined the RCB training camp and working hard to get ready for the upcoming season.
Harshal further talked about how he planned his bowling and said he has different plans for every condition. According to him, adaption to conditions is the key to succeed with the ball in the Indian Premier League.
“But what will change is how you adapt to these conditions. How do you package your six balls? Because if I am playing in Chennai I’ll bowl more slower balls; if I am playing in these batting-friendly bouncy pitches, I am going to package my overs a bit differently. It’s just about adapting to conditions and adapting to the opposition. I feel that any good player should be able to do that.”
RCB will begin their IPL marketing campaign towards Punjab Kings on March 27 underneath new chief Faf du Plessis who joined the franchise this season for a whopping INR 7 crore.