In an attempt to prepare for the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 event, Australian cricketer Steve Smith, like many other players, have said goodbye to the running edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL). The proficient batsman played his last game against Royal Challengers Bangalore which was spoiled due to continuous rain.
Bidding farewell to his franchise, the 29-year old cricketer was found showering heaps of praise on Rajasthan’s team and management. Smith shared that he had an incredible journey consisting of 7 weeks where everyone supported him a lot.
The former Australian skipper also enjoyed captaining the side as Ajinkya Rahane was dethroned after a series of disappointing performances.
The New South Wales born also wished luck to his side as he is backing the unit to do well in the remaining games of India’s biggest T20 extravaganza. Moreover, Smith revealed that elbow rehab is going really well and he expects himself to be 100% in the next 2 weeks. Returning to Australia’s national team has jubilated the sharp-witted batsman as he aims glory in the tournament which gets underway on May 30 in England and Wales.