CM – Rampaul: Experience could pay off in the W / Cup


Recalled veteran pacemaker Ravi Rampaul relies on the experience of his West Indian teammates to put them in a good position to claim their ICC Men’s T20 World Cup title from October 17 to November 14 in Oman and the United States States to defend United Arab Emirates (UAE).

« I think to go to big, big World Cup games you need experience and the team that has been selected, there are a lot of experienced boys and also a lot of young people; Guys who have played all over the world in different conditions. We know that games come quickly and the seasoned guys know how to manage to play games in a row or every other day, with recreation and other things … The experience will help during this tournament, â? ??? Rampaul said in a post-training interview with virtual media.

Rampaul, who turned 37 on Friday, believed the experience he had gained during his long career, including his last stints in Derbyshire, where he directed the bowling attack, taught him to pay attention to the specific demands of his aging body.

â € œI didnâ € ™ t know at a young age. I just wanted to keep playing cricket every day, but with the experience I’ve gained over the years, I know exactly how to exercise, what kind of gym and walking work to do, and with that experience, I feel like that I can prepare a little better for more games this way, â ???? he said.

Rampaul believed his performance at the CWI Super 50 and Hero CPL were good enough to win the CWI selection and justify his selection to the World Cup squad. “Basically, you have to perform well in every team you want to play for. I know I had to work hard to show the selectors that I can take wickets and compete at a level and bring out the performances and show them that I am still able to take wickets and be on the CPL -Stage to occur, â ???? Rampaul said.

Rampaul added that he would bowl in any of the three areas of the game: power play, middle overs, or on death as the team required it.

« Yes, definitely, (I have) Did a lot of practice bowling in three areas, especially T20 cricket. No matter what situation I have to play for the West Indies in, I will try to do my best to practice bowling in all three situations. I try to stay ahead in the tricky areas of the game, so I try to stay ahead in whatever situations I’ve run into. he explained.

Rampaul said the mood in the team was good after a few intense training sessions where everyone tuned in and stood up to get the World Cup campaign going.

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