Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) finished the first half of IPL 2021 with an unexpectedly poor result. They managed to win only one of the seven games they played. Nevertheless, Bhuvneshwar Kumar is confident that they will have many opportunities to make changes in the UAE stage of the season.
Previously, Kumar was unable to participate in the last season due to injury. SRH was able to make it to the playoffs in UAE at the time.
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“When I came to know of IPL moving to Dubai for the 2nd leg, the first thing that came to my mind was what happened to me last year,” Bhuvneshwar Kumar said during the Risers Podcast the other day. “But of course, I want to forget that part and move on from that. Yes, we are not in a good position currently, but I don’t see any reason why we can’t turn around things. Kane led us wonderfully in 2018, so I hope things get better for us in the 2nd leg of IPL,” he added.
Bhuvneshwar Kumar is optimistic about having some highly skilled players in the SRH lineup. He believes they will be crucial for the team’s advancement in the IPL 2021 points table.
SRH mentor VVS Laxman admits bad start in India
SRH vice president Laxman recalled how the team made it to the playoffs last year even though they lost six of their nine games. He is also full of hope that the Sunrisers will perk up in the second half of IPL 2021.
“I am hoping that we play with the same mindset going into the remaining part of this IPL,” VVS Laxman said in the Risers Podcast. “Yes, we didn’t have a great start in India, but I am sure with the quality and the talent we possess in the team, I am sure that everyone is looking forward to bouncing back. I am eagerly waiting.”
The Hyderabad Sunrisers will play their first IPL match in the UAE on September 22 against the last year’s finalist Delhi Capitals. The public focuses on this event as it could determine the team’s future chances in IPL 2021.