RR has two of the best spinners in the IPL in Chahal and Ashwin: Kumar Sangakkara

RR has two of the best spinners in the IPL in Chahal and Ashwin: Kumar Sangakkara. The former Sri Lankan captain will lead the Royals in his second season.

Royals Sports Group-owned franchise RR have had a couple of below-par seasons in the IPL. But with a new-look and balanced squad, the team from RR has given itself a strong foundation to build on in the coming months. Kumar Sangakkara, the Royals’ Director of Cricket and Head Coach. One of the key catalysts in the franchise’s off-field transformation and is anticipating an exciting season.

“We knew we had a lot of work to do with our team in the off-season.” I believe we identify the key areas that require our attention, and by following a proper process when it came to selecting players at the auction, we were able to meet the goals that we set for ourselves. “I think the franchise has done an incredible job putting together this exciting and strong squad.” said the Sri Lankan legend.

Sangakkara said of his squad, “We’ve got the two best spinners in the IPL in terms of off-spin and leg-spin in Chahal and Ashwin.” We have Boult, Prasidh, Saini, Coulter-Nile, and McCoy. Which makes for a fast-paced unit that is bolstered by the retentions of Yashasvi, Samson, and Buttler. We have depth in every position, with exciting cricketers like Neesham, Mitchell, and van der Dussen.”

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“I think there were a lot of different reasons for that, not just one or two.” Kumar said when asked what the team learned from last season’s disappointing second half of the season. Whether it was due to player availability, a split tournament, a longer break, or poor batting and bowling performances. But all of that is in the past now, which is why the squad has changed. We’re now concentrating on the next few weeks.”

“My job really is to add value to the franchise through myself or through people that I would recommend.” The former Sri Lankan captain said, explaining the additions of his compatriots Lasith Malinga and Paddy Upton to the Royals’ coaching staff. It is first and foremost about the value that person brings to the table and how constantly they can assist us in improving. Everyone can see Lasith and Paddy’s expectations. They’ve had outstanding careers with their respective teams and can be critical components in our quest for the title.”

“Lasith comes with a pedigree, having been one of the greatest T20 bowlers. Having mentored many of India’s young bowlers.” While everyone understands the importance of mental conditioning and unit cohesion. Especially in the IPL and in a COVID situation. “So, these were pretty obvious decisions for us to make, and we are delighted to have them, and we hope to see their work reflect in their performances on the field,” the 44-year-old added.

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Sangakkara reveals team goals for the IPL 2022 season.

When asked what goals he has for the team this season, Kumar replied. “Other than the obvious ambition of winning the trophy?”

“The goal is simply to play good cricket. – We have our own performance metrics that we’ll match each individual’s and the team’s performance after each match.” he continued. It’s a matter of making certain that we’re well prepare. The results will be the same either way, but we need to play some good competitive cricket while also having fun.”

Signing off with a tribute to his good friend and Rajasthan Royals legend Shane Warne. The left-hander stated. “He’s a great loss for the cricket world, a great loss for cricketers all over the world. ecause he was such an approachable guy, who had great knowledge.” He was a great friend, and I loved spending time with him and having conversations with him. “I believe he will be missed by everyone.”

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