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“I was nervous in debut, I learned to stay calm under pressure from Dhoni bhai,” the CSK bowler said of Mahi

"I was nervous in debut, I learned to stay calm under pressure from Dhoni bhai," the CSK bowler said of Mahi

Chennai Super Kings (CSK) right-arm fast bowler Simarjit Singh said he felt nervous about playing his first match in the 15th season of the Indian Premier League (IPL). Simarjeet, 24, made his IPL debut for Chennai this season, in which he took two wickets for 27 runs. This bowler from Delhi was bought by Chennai at the mega auction for Rs 20 lakh.

Simarjeet told CSK TV: “In general, I learned from Dhoni bhai to stay calm in pressure situations. Watching matches on TV is something different because nobody knows what happens after finishing an over. In fact, he always guides “. He is staying. Mahi bhai told me that he was a good bowler. I can listen to his words forever.”

The slippery pacemaker also revealed that he was quite nervous before his first few innings against Sunrisers Hyderabad. He further added: “I don’t want to think about the result. I just want to think about cricket, which cricketer makes me better. So, I kept thinking how can I always give my one hundred percent. Not the hand, what has to happen, it will happen. I was trying to keep my skills first. I was just focusing on showing my best skills.”

Regarding bowling, Simarjeet further said, “All the coaches have gone a long way in bringing about a change in my bowling game. I worked with CSK bowling consultant Eric Simmons to develop my sewing. Mr. Balaji gave me my line. And he guided me in terms of duration. CSK field coaches Rajeev Kumar and Michael Hussey helped me get the right mindset, so I enjoyed interacting with all of them.”

CSK left arm pacemaker Mukesh Choudhary said support staff play an important role in instilling confidence in players and credited former India bowler Lakshmipathy Balaji and hitting coach Michael Hussey for his success. this season. The 23-year-old Chaudhary finished IPL 2022 with 16 wickets in 13 matches, making his debut memorable, although CSK finished ninth in the points table.

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