“'The weather is bad for us…': KKR star Rinku Singh opens up on his snobbery for T20 World Cup squad. cricket news


NEW DELHI: India and Horsemen Knights of Calcutta (KKR) feeling Rinku Singh expressed his ambition to win a major trophy for his team at senior level and lift it with his own hands.
Despite his disappointing performance during the current campaign Indian Premier League (initial loading) season, with only 168 runs in 11 innings for an average of 18.66, Rinku remains optimistic and motivated.

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Although Rinku played 15 matches and 11 innings for India in T20 cricket Since his debut in 2023, scoring 356 runs at an impressive average of 89.00 and strike rate of 176.24, he has failed to secure a place in the main team for the T20 World CupHowever, this setback has not dampened his morale and he remains determined to achieve his goals.
“Since I have been playing cricket, I have won trophies at junior level. But not at senior level. I am going to the World Cup. I want to hold the World Championship trophy, I hope we win. My dream is to win a big trophy for my country and I lift it in my hands,” Rinku, who will go to the T20 World Cup as a reserve player, said in a video on the IPL website .
“The weather is bad for someone who doesn't have his limbs, I have them. I'm not going through a bad time,” added Rinku, displaying his optimism.
Rinku fondly recalled his five consecutive sixes against Gujarat Titans in the final won by Yash Dayal, which helped KKR achieve a thrilling victory in a tense chase. He admitted that this achievement changed his life, leading to increased recognition and opportunities, stating: “I wondered all the time if I was going to be able to play further. I told myself that I would do well in the next match and I should continue to work hard. After those five sixes, my life started getting advertisements. Now I can't go out alone. people are shouting my name. I feel like I've accomplished something in my life.

As a finisher in the middle order, Rinku stressed the importance of remaining calm and reacting to the ball, drawing on his extensive experience of playing at the number five or six positions.
The 26-year-old batsman said: “I have been playing at this number for a long time (in the middle order at number five or six), I know what to do. The more you stay calm, the more you react to the ball, it will be easier .”
Looking ahead, Rinku's KKR is ready to face Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) in the first qualifier at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad on Tuesday, with a direct berth in the final at stake.
(ANI entry)



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