During the upcoming IPL season, the Ahmedabad franchise has acquired Hardik Pandya for INR 15 crores. His first IPL team will be one that debuts in the highly competitive T20 league. Hardik has been injured a lot over the past two years, but dong the captain’s hat of an Indian Premier League (IPL) team may be the key to his return to the national team.
Hardik has confessed that he will learn a great deal from MS Dhoni, Virat Kohli, and Rohit Sharma as he learns the art of captaincy ahead of the assignment. Leadership styles among the three differ. Dhoni is known for his calm demeanor, whereas Kohli wears his heart on his sleeve. In addition to being a good captain, Rohit has led Mumbai Indians to five IPL trophies. Since his lower back surgery, Hardik has not been rolling his arms on a regular basis. A previous appearance by India at the T20 World Cup saw him bowl just four overs, emphasizing the need to add an additional bowling option to the team’s arsenal.
“When I think of Virat, I think of his aggression and passion, his incredible energy.” “From Mahi bhai, it is his calmness, being the same in every situation, always experimenting with something new and taking risks,” Hardik stated during a recent interaction with media.
“IPL is a great opportunity for me since we will experience a similar amount of pressure. We don’t expect everyone to win the IPL, but everyone wants to be successful. Getting captain for your country is a great step in the right direction, but you don’t seek it out. It will come if it’s supposed to,” he further stated.