Pat Cummins’ Excitement Builds As SRH Debut In India Approaches

The 17th season of the IPL is approaching with every passing day. It’s less than a month’s time left for the start of the cash-rich league.

However, ahead of the new season of the IPL, Australian World Cup-winning skipper Pat Cummins said that India is his second home. Pat Cummins, who has been regarded as one of the best pace bowlers in modern-day cricket, is all set to play for Sunrisers Hyderabad in the upcoming IPL season.

Ahead of the mega-rich league, Cummins said that the IPL has phenomenal support for every team, and he finds it quite nice when the Indian crowd is not against him.

In his recent interaction with star sports, Cummins said, “India is like a second home. We spend so much time here. IPL, you’ve got your home teams. So you actually feel like you’ve got plenty of fans. Or, you know, at least cricket fans that have, you know, supported you, or, you know, lots of people come up to me and say, Oh, I’m from Kolkata or I go for KKR. So it’s nice feeling like not everyone’s against you.”.

As per the reports, Cummins is all set to become the next skipper for Sunrisers Hyderabad, replacing Aiden Markram; however, the official confirmation of the same would be made by the franchise anytime soon.

Cummins was the second-most expensive player at the IPL auction held in Dubai. He was purchased by Sunrisers Hyderabad after an intensive battle at the auction table from RCB for a whopping 20.50 crore.

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Speaking of the same, Cummins said,I’m just a big believer in concentrating on what I do. Those guys are that good; if you’re just a little bit off, they’ll find a way to kind of put you off your game. So, yeah, it’s always good to come up against Virat. He’s got me a few times. I’ve gotten him a few times. It’s always pretty good.”. Cummins concluded.

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