Shikhar Dhawan, India’s opening batsman, is one of the finest batters in modern day cricket. Importantly, he is known to raise the bar of his game in the ICC events and 2020 being the year of the T20 World Cup is already grabbing his attention.
The 34-year old had to sit out for a major part of last year’s 50-over World Cup in England because of an injury – a thing he still regrets. However, Dhawan has already made a plan about recording impactful outings in the mega-event in Australia. His record in T20 cricket isn’t as good as in ODIs, but his ability to keep a calm head under pressure makes him a precious weapon for the men in blue.
Sharing his views about the 20-over T20 event, the aggressive batsman said, “I got caught up in a lot of injuries last year which disappointed me. Therefore, I am looking to score a plethora of runs this year and be an impactful player. The idea is to win many games for India including the T20 World Cup.”