The young Indian cricketer Suryakumar Yadav was disappointed after not being included for the Australia tour, though he was not surprised by the decision. Surya played a big role in Mumbai Indians (MI) to win his fifth Indian Premier League (IPL) title in eight years. Although he was dismissed cheaply in the final, he was one of his best batsmen in the tournament.
For the last three seasons, Yadav has been performing Rohit Sharma– Two sides. Apart from this, he has also made his presence felt in the Syed Mushtaq Ali T20 Trophy. After his debut in 2010, Yadav scored around 3,500 runs.
“I was not surprised, but I was a little disappointed not to be selected in the Indian team for the Australia tour, as I felt that I was batting well and scoring runs,” Yadav was quoted as saying. In the game.
I remember I was training in the gym, says Suryakumar Yadav
The IPL has been considered a benchmark for the national T20 team since the call-ups to Varun Chakraborty and T Natarajan. After not being selected, Yadav was removed to the extent that he did not even complete his training session in the gym.
“At that time, I remember that I was training in the gym because it was a day’s play. So, I thought it would be better to do a training session so that I can divert my mind, plus I knew that the team was going to be announced that day, ”he said.
“So, I didn’t want to bother myself too much by thinking about that. So, I was in the gym and speaking openly. When the team came, my gym was not even full, so I got frustrated with my training Not completed
In the 2020 IPL, Yadav scored 480 runs at an average of 40 and 145.01 respectively to go with four half-centuries. His unbeaten score was 79 runs. Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) In October at Sheikh Zayed Stadium in Abu Dhabi.