“It’s The Hardest Condition For Us” – David Warner Talks To Rohit Sharma About Playing In India

May 10, 2020 6:39 pm

Recently, Rohit Sharma and David Warner indulged in a wonderful conversation on Instagram. During this time they spoke about a number of things. One of the revelations that David Warner made was how much he loves playing in Indian conditions.

David Warner loves playing in India due to the hard conditions

Not only does he play in India during India-Australia series but also is the skipper of Sunrisers Hyderabad. David Warner has said that one of the reasons playing in India motivates him is because it’s the hardest condition for him.

“I love playing against India in India, everyone is against you. It is the hardest condition for us to play in, you have more motivation to succeed.”

Next, Mumbai Indians skipper, Rohit Sharma, said positive things about the entire concept of Indian Premier League. It is actually true that the introduction of IPL has led to players from different national teams coming together. This has led to a change in how players perceive and respect each other.

“IPL has enabled cricketers in getting to know each other, it has been fascinating for us to know all you guys. A lot of players in India get to learn from you guys.”

IPL franchises take the tournament very seriously

It goes without saying that every IPL franchise takes the entire tournament seriously. Therefore, each of the players and teams start their practice well before the actual date of the tournament. It’s a pity that IPL 2020 is hanging by the strings due to the Coronavirus outbreak.

The tournament is very well planned, all franchises take the IPL very seriously, they all start preparing well before the tournament starts.”

BCCI is trying to make IPL 2020 happen by moving things around. Everything is under monitor and there have been no clear and official announcement about whether it will happen or not. However, players, franchises, and fans are hoping the 13th edition does take place.

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