Shane Watson belonging to Chennai Super Kings

With a delayed league coming up amid the coronavirus pandemic, it is believed to be tough for all the eight IPL teams participating. The tournament taking place from September 19 at the UAE will be hard enough after the players have been getting trained after a long break.

Shane Watson belonging to Chennai Super Kings (CSK) team feels that grooving after a lengthy layoff the hard way is much harder. He speaks that trying different combinations in experimental nets sessions can help him the best both technically and mentally. Watson is maintaining a checklist for every batting stroke.

Watson puts a level of dedication to his craft at the age of 39 now, and he has last played his last international for Australia in 2016. Besides, Suresh Raina and Harhajan Singh have quit this year’s IPL due to different reasons. However the rest of the team has been putting efforts at training camps.

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