Suryakumar Yadav-AB de Villiers Comparison: SKY Gives An Answer Not Many Fans Would Like. Suryakumar Yadav, the top-ranked T20 batsman in the world, once again showed his talent against Sri Lanka on Saturday, January 7.
With 112 runs off 51 balls with nine sixes and seven fours, Suryakumar is still undefeated. You might be shocked to learn that the talented Indian middle-order batsman draws inspiration from Dewald Brevis, a young South African hitter.
When Suryakumar and Brevis met in the Mumbai Indians dressing room during the upcoming IPL, Brevis indicated he was interested in teaching him the “no-look” shots.
“I am just trying to copy you (Brevis) sometimes. The way you bat. You have to teach me one thing, how do you that no-look shot, no-look six? I just want to learn that from you,” Surya said in an interaction with Brevis posted on MI TV.
Brevis responded: “It would be an honor, but I would love to learn lots of shots from you as well. The funny thing is My no – look shot just happens, it’s weird but I don’t know it just happens.”
“Last time I saw you smashed 160-165 runs off 50-55 balls in a T20 game. So now in ODIs, if you get to bat around 100 balls, are you going to score a triple hundred,” Suryakumar said.
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Brevis replied, “It was like another normal day for me. It (that knock) just happened. I didn’t even realize what I was doing at that moment, everything just happened at the moment, at one point I even told the non-striker that I think I’ll try and hit every ball for six. I don’t know it just happened it was a special innings. But I must say that what you have achieved is incredible, congratulations on being the no.1 T20I batsman.”