When Ricky Ponting speaks, what Avesh Khan is doing is only listening intently to the former Australian captain.
The Delhi Capitals fast bowler, who has taken 18 wickets in 11 matches, is in good form this season and he felt his head coach had helped him develop cricket and the mental aspect of the game as a player.
This is my fourth year with Ricky Sir, I can say that he is a famous player and a great coach. He talks about the mental aspect of the game. Listening to what he has to say in the dressing room makes my heart flutter. He is open-minded and can discuss anything you want with him, ”Avesh told PTI Pasha in an interview.
The Yorkers who crushed his foot received praise from anyone other than the world’s fastest bowler, Anrich Nordze, who wants to understand how that kind of effort fits into the ball.
Well, Avesh revealed that his process of delivering uniform blocks is no different from other fast-track dealers.
“I always try to train yorkers in the nets. It is a wicket-taking delivery and training alone can bring one to perfection. For that I use a bottle or cone or my shoe. When the ball hits the target, it also boosts my confidence,” he said in the IPL. Said the Indore boy who was enjoying a turning point.
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“It is very important to land the right yorkers in stressful situations so that it can save a bowler from being hit by thunder. I always try to welcome the new bat with a better executed yorker,” he added.
Avesh, who is happy with his performance in the current IPL season, aims to maintain this form as the Delhi Capitals team wins its first title.
“It was a dream come true so far. I started playing cricket as a hobby and I was always very interested in the game. Lowered.
In their arsenal of Kagiso Rabada, Nordje and Avesh, the Delhi Capitals are one of the strongest cracking attackers in IPL 2021 and the three of them are eager to learn and feed each other success.
“I learned a lot from them. I keep asking them what bowl works for a particular bat or what ball to throw in a particular situation. Our focus is on working as a unit, not on individual shows,” he said.
At the age of 13, he was first spotted by his mentor, former cricketer Amay Croatia, during an MPCA investigation. Indore was a regular feature in the Quick India A pages. His Ranji coach Chandrakanth Pandit also helped him progress and till now he talks to him before and after every match.
He also sought the advice of Mahendra Singh Dhoni, who was always an inspiration to the small town boys who excelled in cricket.
“Mahi Boy has inspired a lot of youngsters. I also wanted to play under his leadership. I spoke to him after the match against CSKA and he told me a lot about the game I always follow,” he said, calling Dhoni’s wicket in the previous match a ‘dream wicket’.