Expect to play T20 World Cup will depend on IPL efficiency: Suresh Raina

by Jeremy Spirogis
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Indian batsman Suresh Raina, who’s away from cricket attributable to knee surgical procedure after the Indian Premier League 2019, says that the potential for taking part in within the upcoming T20 World Cup will rely upon the efficiency of his IPL 2020 season.

Raina joined Chennai Super Kings on Thursday and practiced for the primary time after surgical procedure in August below the supervision of workforce coach Greg King. Talking to the Times of India after apply, Raina revealed that he’s nonetheless eager to play at quantity 4 within the Indian workforce however this can rely upon his efficiency within the upcoming IPL. <! –

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The 33-year-old Indian batsman stated, "It is too early to say anything. I have always enjoyed cricket, regardless of where I am playing. I have not set any goal before myself. If I I do well, I'll be able to understand how I'm going. "

Raina added, "I have played so much that I know what the conditions require. So my hopes of playing the T20 World Cup depend on my IPL performance. If I can strengthen my knee and play a good IPL. If found, I will know that I have 2-3 years of cricket left in me. We have two consecutive World Cups in front of me. I have done well in T20 cricket. "

The Indian workforce at present has quite a lot of middle-order choices within the restricted over format, together with gamers like Shreyas Iya, KL Rahul, Manish Pandey and Rishabh Pant. Despite this, Raina hopes that he can make a comeback. He believes {that a} good IPL season can provide him a spot within the T20 World Cup squad.

He stated, "Definitely. But I want to play, I want to perform. IPL is the best way to make a comeback in the team, especially when you are talking about T20 World. Everyone knows how I am I am a player. "

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