Nitish Rana is determined to make corrections, post poor Ranji Trophy season, in the upcoming edition of the Indian Premier League. After scoring 14, 40, and 0, the 29-year-old was dropped from his team, Delhi, in the Ranji Trophy tournament. He was called back for the team’s final game against Mumbai, but he only managed 11 runs and 6 not out.
“I am really looking forward to this season’s IPL. I have been training hard and working on the nuances of my game. I am in a great mental space, and I am sure I will be able to contribute towards team success,” Rana was quoted as saying in a press release.
Rana hopes to score crucial runs for his team, the Kolkata Knight Riders, in the 16th edition of the IPL and has been training with his KKR teammates under the guiding hand of former Mumbai captain Abhishek Nayar.
“It was great to meet my teammates in the camp. I have always said KKR is like family to me, and I enjoy playing for this team. I have also been working on my bowling, which is a huge addition to my game.”