New Zealand captain Kane Williamson feels that it’s at all times necessary to be able to develop your sport and strive new photographs in T20 cricket and subsequently believes that gamers such as Virat Kohli, Chris Gayle and AB de Villiers are a few of the finest in the sport.
He mentioned that you at all times want to be able to hit the ball as fantastically as them and strive and work on totally different areas to be a greater participant in the T20 format.
“You at all times suppose you want to hit the ball like Chris Gayle, AB de Villiers and Virat and these guys hit the ball so fantastically and you strive hit as effectively as you can but in addition strive and maybe work in numerous areas to make an impression for the crew you are in,” Williamson advised Sports activities In the present day.
Williamson, who’s ranked No. 1 in the ICC Check rankings, mentioned that the largest problem for any worldwide participant is to be able to swap from one format of the sport to one other.
Nonetheless, the star batsman mentioned that the key to be able to swap from one fashion of batting to one other is to perceive the position that you play for the crew.
“That at all times is a problem. All worldwide gamers see that as a problem, making these changes shortly as a result of clearly you can play a sequence inside an area of a month, when you can go from Check cricket to T20 cricket and the tempo modifications.
“I feel making the changes, having the understanding of your position in the crew, I imagine it is fairly necessary,” he mentioned.
Been attempting out new photographs, says Williamson
The New Zealander added that to be an efficient participant you have to be able to develop your sport continuously and add new photographs and higher your skill-set.
“I feel it has been actually attention-grabbing to see the evolution of T20 cricket, so many various gamers, totally different shapes and sizes be able to be efficient and you get guys and women that have variations and energy and you strive provide you with methods to be efficient.
“I feel that has been necessary to me and I’ve been attempting to do that, develop my sport and strive new photographs and exercise how you can add up to the crew with the skill-set you have,” he added.
Watch the whole interview on Sports Today at 2 PM IST on February 3.