Indian Premier League (IPL-2017) is not trouble-free for bowlers, says acre cricketer Bhajji

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Cricketer Harbhajan Singh
“Haan, agar thodi boundaries badi ho jaayein toh acha hoga (if the boundaries get a bit farther, it will be good).

Ace cricketer Harbhajan Singh wants that boundaries were farther in IPL (Indian Premier League), to assist the bowling persons in an otherwise “tricky contest”. With the tenth version of the inland T20 contest commencing 5 April 2017 , Bhajji who shines for the Mumbai squad named ‘Mumbai Indians’, draws attention towards that the competition is proposed primarily for batters.
He also said that it is really tough to don the role of a bowler in Indian Premier League. On such type of batting wickets, it is tough to put control over a batter.
“Haan, agar thodi boundaries badi ho jaayein toh acha hoga (if the boundaries get a bit farther, it will be good). Or, if they can build pitches that aid the bowling people more than the batters, then it will be an even game,” he added up.
Never to be discouraged, the off-spinner, added: “You have to take it as a challenge. You can’t say that it is hard, and utilize it as an reason to not act upon. A sports person must have the obsession to execute, whatever the situations or situations might be.”
In spite of the current on-pitch fight of tempers amid Indian and Australian cricketers in the continuing Test match series, Bhajji, who himself has been at the centre of a lot of such arguments, says Indian Premier League has diminished sledging. “After Indian Premier League, cricketers from diverse nations have turn friends, and the nervousness in worldwide games is not what it used to be. And even if there is something, it’s nothing but unserious banter,” he also said.
It is a big thing for spinners in the Indian Premier League to control the batters and also take wickets. It is such jobs that turns the Indian Premier League super aggressive.

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