IND vs SL: Suryakumar Yadav Thinks He Has Gone Past Virat Kohli And Babar Azam. This year, Suryakumar Yadav was a revelation and cemented his status as a T20 international superstar. The right-handed batsman replaced Pakistan’s Mohammad Rizwan as the No. 1 batsman after excelling in the shortest format.
Suryakumar rose to prominence as one of the Indian team’s most crucial players and broke numerous records. He became the team’s No. 4 and maintained his outstanding performance even after the T20 World Cup 2022. In T20 cricket, the right-handed hitter became the third Indian to record multiple hundreds.
I Wanted To Be The Best And I Worked Hard For It – Suryakumar Yadav
Suryakumar stated in an interview with PTI that he still finds it hard to believe he is the top-ranked T20I T20I batter in the entire globe.
“It still feels like a dream. To be seen and called as the world’s No. 1 T20 batter, if someone would have told me one year back, I don’t know how I would have reacted. When I started playing this format, I wanted to be the best and I worked hard for it.”
I Don’t Like To Think Too Much When I Am Playing – Suryakumar Yadav
In any format, Suryakumar stated that he prefers not to think excessively while batting. In T20s, ODIs, or the Ranji Trophy, the right-handed batsman claimed that he has always enjoyed playing the game of batting. Every time he steps up to the plate, he claims he wants to “game-change” for his club.
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“I don’t like to think too much when I am playing any format. Because I enjoy this game, whenever I go into bat, I put up a show. What I always dream and visualise is that whenever I go in, I want to be the game-changer.”
“I have always loved batting whether it is T20Is, ODIs or Ranji Trophy. If I can do what my team wants me to do in 40-50 balls, why should I bat 100 balls.”
Surya just made a comeback to red-ball cricket following an absence of over three years. He participated for Mumbai against Hyderabad in the second group game, where he once again displayed his red-ball prowess by scoring 90 runs in just 80 balls.