Kapil Dev On IPL: Kapil Dev, who won the World Cup for the first time in the year 1983 under his captaincy, has made a big statement about the world’s biggest league Indian Premier League (IPL). Talking about IPL, he said that if players feel any kind of pressure to play in IPL then they should not play this league.
In the last few years, many T20 leagues have been played since the start of IPL. Cricketers from all over the world participate in all these leagues. Due to these leagues, the schedule of the players becomes very busy and they start feeling the pressure. Players often get injured due to playing many leagues. At the same time, some players do not play franchise cricket due to international cricket.
Don’t play IPL, there will be no pressure
Kapil Dev attended the program of ‘Champions of Akash 2022’, where he talked about many things related to IPL. Talking about the IPL, he said, “I had a passion to play. That’s the difference. I would like to change the subject. These days I am constantly hearing on TV that people are saying that there is pressure. We play IPL, which puts us under pressure. If you get so much pressure from IPL then don’t play IPL.
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Pleasure and pressure can’t go together
Talking further about this, he said, “What kind of pressure is this? If you love cricket then there should be no pressure. This pressure is an ‘American word’. I don’t understand anything about this. I am a farmer. I have come from there. We play to have fun and there can be no pressure in Anand.”
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