Very Good Dressing Room Atmosphere At Rajasthan Royals Ravichandran Ashwin

Ravichandran Ashwin

Rajasthan Royals player Ravichandran Ashwin has revealed the pressure on players who have performed poorly in the Indian Premier League (IPL) and said that his team’s dressing room environment is good, due to which they will take their game in a different way this season. level has been taken.

The Indian cricketer after his longest stay at Chennai Super Kings, Rising Pune Supergiant, along with short stints with Kings XI Punjab and Delhi Capitals was bought by Rajasthan in the mega auction and formed a powerful spin combination with Yuzvendra Chahal, which then took the 2008 IPL champions to the IPL 2022 playoffs.

Second-placed Ashwin’s side after the league stage will take on Gujarat Titans in Qualifier 1 at the Eden Gardens here on Tuesday and will be eyeing a direct entry into the final.

Sharing his experience with various franchises over the years, Ashwin has taken 11 wickets in 14 matches this season and scored 183 runs at an average of 30.50.

He Said, “Sometimes we talk too much about the game

I have spent so many years in the IPL and when teams are not doing well, we continue to do poorly. We are changing again. But the atmosphere here is good and it is helping me to move forward.”

Ashwin, who has so far taken 156 wickets in his 13 seasons in the IPL, said in a video posted by the Royals on Tuesday that the 2022 season has been one of the best in his career.

He said that being the No. 2 team in the playoffs and playing in Qualifier 1 has clearly been his first season with the franchise.

He said, “The biggest strength of this team is to play freely and without any expectations. And I think we should keep going and put a lot of pressure on whoever team comes against us in the rest of the matches.”

“I have been able to take my game to a different level this year and have found that perfect combination. I have really enjoyed my time here,” said Ashwin.

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