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Will carry forward confidence and self-belief gained playing Test Cricket in IPL: W Sunder

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Will carry forward confidence and self-belief gained playing Test Cricket in IPL: W Sunder

RCB’s off-spinner Washington Sundar will carry forward the confidence and self-belief he gained while playing Test cricket into the ongoing Indian Premier League.

He scored a flaunt 62 and shared three wickets in the first innigns. In the second eassy, he played a game-changing 22 on the final day to help INdia seal a memorable victory.

“I think performing well in Test cricket definitely boosts a lot of confidence for any cricketer,” Washington said at the virtual product launch of the “Soundcore Liberty Air 2 Pro.”

“And getting to play Test cricket at the highest level for the Indian cricket team, which has been really doing well. Especially in the last few years is a dream come true moment for any youngster and that has happened to me,” he added.

The 21-year-old was also a part of the Indian Test side that defeated England 3-1 last month.

“We played against two top-quality sides Australia and England. Performing against them and winning games against them gave me a lot of confidence and self-belief.

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“So, yes that confidence I will definitely take it forward and also the momentum. I would really love to take forward throughout the IPL and the games to come,” he added.

Talking about the IPL, which is being held behind closed doors for a second successive edition, Washington said: “It has been two years now. The last IPL was also played behind closed doors.

“I think we are very much used to it, though we would love to have a lot of crowds supporting us and I know the kind of energy crowds bring in for every game is amazing.

“But given the scenario, we are happy that we could play cricket,” he signed off.

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