The ticketing world has to be glued to their TVs as the massive auction of the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2022 is currently taking place at ITC Gardenia in Bengaluru. Around 600 players will try their luck while participating in a two-day event on February 12 and 13.
Last year’s semi-finalists Delhi Capitals (DC) have performed very well so far as they have equipped nearly all of their facilities to put a strong playing XI on the field. DC’s latest addition also includes the name of the Indian spinning bowler Kuldeep Yadavwho have lost form over the past few years.
Meanwhile, Capitals owners Parth Jindal delivered a hard hit in Yadav’s previous IPL franchise – Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR). The Indian business magnate thinks the Kanpur cricketer is not being “handled” well there and looks forward to having him with the Delhi-based franchise with the coach Ricky Ponting and the captain Rishabh Pant.
This is why Parth wishes Kuldeep Yadav didn’t perform well against WI
“I don’t think he’s been handled well in the IPL over the last couple of seasons, he’s a very confident player. In the environment we created in Delhi with Ricky Ponting and Rishabh Pant, that’s what we wanted to bring to him. He has a lot to prove, and I think the fire in his stomach is there and we’d love to see what he does in the next IPL,” The aforementioned Jindal’Auction Notice with Boria‘.
Parth Jindal also went on to say that he hopes Kuldeep does not perform well against the West Indies in the third ODI match.
“When we look at value names, one of the names that stick with us is Kuldeep Yadav. And we went looking for him. Yesterday, when Kuldeep played for India against WI, I restrained myself. I hope Kuldeep doesn’t do a great job because then his prices will go crazy,” he added.
https://firstsportz.com/cricket-dont-think-kuldeep-yadav-has-been-handled-well-dc-owner-parth-jindal-takes-a-jibe-at-kkr/ “Don’t think that Kuldeep Yadav has been handled well”