Gautam Gambhir, a former Indian batter, will continue to serve as the group’s global mentor for their cricketing endeavors, the RPSG Group stated on Friday. Gambhir now serves as the head coach of Lucknow Super Giants of the Indian Premier League (IPL), and he will now also serve as the coach of Durban’s Super Giants of the RPSG Group, a T20 team in South Africa.
One of the best cricket minds in existence is Gautam Gambhir. He was a member of the Indian teams that won the T20 World Cup in 2007 and the 50-over World Cup in 2011. The left-handed Gambhir made a significant impact on both world cup finals.
In his coaching newly formed IPL franchise
Lucknow Supergiants qualified for the playoffs.
Super Giants’ official Twitter handles shared what Gautam Gambhir, Global Mentor Lucknow Super Giants, and Durban’s Super Giants, in an official release said: “In my ideology of a team sport designations don’t play many roles. At best they are there to facilitate a process to make a team win. As a Global mentor of Super Giants, I look forward to some added responsibility. My intensity and passion to win have just got International wings.”
“It will be a proud moment to see the Super Giants family leave a global imprint. I thank the Super Giants family for showing that faith in me. Guess it’s time for some more sleepless nights,” he added.