India’s T20 campaign Globalism The 2022 trophy was knocked down by England with a 10-wicket win in the semi-finals. But they surely found a match winner in Suryakumar Yadav who impressed all the cricket fraternity with his scintillating game. The Mumbai batsman achieved the top spot in the ICC T20 team rankings during the tournament, overtaking Pakistan’s wicket-taker Mohammad Rizwan and captain Babar Azam. He collected 239 runs in six innings during the tournament at a strike rate of 189.68.
Suryakumar is currently the highest runs bowler in T20Is this year with 1,164 runs in 31 matches, at an average of 46.56 and a strike rate of 187.43. The way he progresses in white ball matches, he is definitely seen as an asset to the Indian team.
Former Australian spear chief Brett Lee appears to be in awe of Suryakumar. The Australian feels that a dynamic right-handed batsman will one day be a key factor in winning the World Cup for the Indian team.
“SKY has been one of the highlights for me in the T20 World Cup. He continues to bat with the same attitude. Not only will he score big hits but one day he will win the World Cup for Team India. I love watching him play. My advice to SKY would be ‘no tip’. He told me on His YouTube channel: “Keep doing what you’re doing, don’t change, don’t complicate things, get yourself back.”
“India has never won a T20 World Cup by SKY Rose. Of course I’m talking about Suryakumar Yadav. He’s the new World T20 star. What an exciting 12-15 months he’s had on the big stage.
“He showed here on Australian lawn wickets where the ball slips through. His bravery and choice of shots are like a chess master’s. His execution is amazing and the smile on his face when he plays it, is priceless,” Lee added..
On Yadav’s technique of playing the shots that made him stand out from the rest, Lee stated that his fundamentals in the game are in order and he wants Rahul Dravid and Rohit Sharma to let him shine in the coming years for India.
“I like the way he takes impossible shots because his basics are there. He doesn’t go out there and just try to hit a ball that isn’t there to hit it. He has great technique, and he’s definitely a player of the future.
“You can trust Rahul Dravid and Rohit Sharma to let him just be the person he needs. The sky will rise and this may lead to more peaks.” India In the coming years,” he stated to me as well.
Suryakumar continued his form with the bat after the T20 World Cup as well. In the second T20I against New Zealand at Mount Maunganui, he made his second hundred in the shortest formula, scoring an unbeaten 111 off just 51 balls.
(with agency input)