Rajasthan Royals all-rounder Rahul Tewatia concedes his execution has not been up to the check within the first leg of the IPL. And said he will look to produce a better appearance to require his group to the playoff. When the T20 league resumes on September 19.
The 28-year-old may score only 86 runs and take two wickets within the seven matches that he played for RR sometime recently IPL was suspended due to numerous COVID-19 cases interior the bubble prior to this year.
“I know my performances weren’t up to the mark with regards to the high expectations. I keep of myself both when it comes to batting and bowling,” he said.
“However, I will put in the effort to improve the output in the next seven matches. That was scheduled to play in the UAE,” he added
Rajasthan Royals will be continuing their IPL campaign when they take on Punjab Kings on September 21.
However, Tewatia, who had smashed five sixes in one over against Punjab within the final edition, said the feat gave him the certainty that he is competent in creating “extraordinary” performance and he is looking forward to the clash.
“I am really looking forward to it, however not just that match, but all the seven matches. I like to play all my matches with the same intensity and intent, but of course. There are good memories facing PBKS, so it feels special,” he said.
“It also gives me great belief and confidence that I can produce similar performances and do something extraordinary whatever the situation may be. My intent will always be to make the team win from anywhere,” he added
However, the gifted all-rounder has 452 runs and 26 wickets to his kitty in 41 IPL matches.