Royal Challengers Bangalore step out on the field for the Indian Premier League. Royal Challengers Bangalore took to the field to begin their training. Ahead of the second phase of the 2021 Indian Premier League in the UAE. After completing the mandatory quarantine period. The squad had stepped out on the field for a football session. It is followed by a gym session.
The center was on handling drills within the morning session. Coach Mike Hesson organized a warm-up drill. Moreover, players including short, sharp catches and ground handling. Batting and spin bowling coach Sridharan Sriram. Also, looking for a session of grounded shots and throws.
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Sanjay Bangar clarified the direct hits. They were one of the primes centers for the day. He included the starting sessions. Where all about the players getting back into the beat.
“Direct hitting was one aspect we looked at and that is where we gave a lot of focus on whether the players are getting into good position because everything starts with a good base. Whether their throwing technique was right or not and one critical factor is the length of the throw,” Sanjay Bangar said.
“High catching was not possible today because of the light but that is something we will look to do a lot when we get the opportunity to practice at the ICC facility. The first two sessions are always about getting back into the groove. It will be a gradual buildup,” he also added.
RCB will resume its Indian Premier League 2021 campaign. Against Kolkata Knight Riders in Abu Dhabi on September 20. One of the remarkable from the net session. It was the return of Navdeep Saini. The fast-bowler suffered a shoulder injury while fielding during the 2nd T20I. Also, between the match of India and Sri Lanka in July.