Finding Right Balance Is Important, Says Suryakumar Yadav Ahead Of Sunrisers Hyderabad Clash


Mumbai Indians are placed sixth in the points table and a win on Sunday will put them to 16 points.

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Suryakumar Yadav has been in tremendous form in IPL 2023. (Image: MI)

Mumbai: Mumbai Indians might be facing a must-win match in their last league game of the IPL 2023 against Sunrisers Hyderabad but explosive batter Suryakumar Yadav feels the five-time champions will treat the match like a any other encounter

Mumbai Indians are placed sixth in the points table and a win on Sunday will put them to 16 points. However, they would hope that Royal Challengers Bangalore lose to Gujarat Titans later in the day to make a way for Rohit Sharma’s men into the next stage.

“It’s just another game for us. We know what we have been doing at the Wankhede in the last four to five games. We know our strengths and we’ll back that,” Suryakumar said during the pre-match conference.

The fact that Mumbai will be playing their last match at their fortress – the Wankhede Stadium – will fill the side with confidence in the match on Sunday. “Playing in front of a home crowd is always an advantage.

“Anybody would want to end the league stage by playing at home and the support will also be good tomorrow,” he added. Instead of being too fussed about the opposition, Suryakumar felt that the team will like to focus on their own performance.

“It is important to focus on ourselves and what’s working for us and sticking to that,” said the right-hander. He might have a dazzling array of strokes with the ability to access all areas of the ground but Suryakumar said he has a very methodical approach to his strokeplay.

“Whatever shots I play, I have already practiced them, either in the nets or in my mind. I always try to play with the field. I don’t hit huge sixes but I try to play less risk, high reward shots.

“I feel like the longer I play, the more beneficial it is for the team. I don’t generally practice for more than 15-20 minutes. I know where my run scoring options are and I stick to that. If it doesn’t come off, it’s ok. I go back and work on executing them better,” Suryakumar stated.

Having had his fair share of highs and some lows in the last 18 months, Suryakumar has learnt to find the right balance to deal with fluctuations in form. “It is very easy to say that you need to remain grounded and stay balanced but implementing it in real life is a little more difficult. If you manage to find that balance, it will reflect in your game,” he concluded.

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