Dubai: Cricket is boring without all the pressure for all-rounder Chris Morris and he feels that his clarity on his role in RCB has helped him to perform consistently in the IPL 2020 so far. Morris has always been in great demand in the IPL tournament and after playing 4 straight with the Delhi Capitals, he is now in the Bangalore team.
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He did not play in the first 4 matches of the season due to a muscle strain. After recovering from injury, this South African player who started in the field immediately started showing an impact and so far has taken 9 wickets in 5 matches at the best economy rate of 5 runs per over.
Asked what worked for him this season? So Morris said at the online media conference on Friday, ‘The break caused by the Kovid-19 was good for both the body and mentally freshness. It is good to play again and it was only with clarity about the plan that how it needs to be implemented.
The 33-year-old cricketer said, ‘We do a lot of’ homework ‘. By the time the match happens, we know what is important. Our plan has been very clear and if something goes wrong then the B plan is ready, if it does not work then we have the C plan and if it fails then my over is also over (laughs) .
Morris said that the timing of rehabilitation after the injury was very difficult for him, but the support staff made it very easy. He said, ‘It is always good to feel so important. The medical staff did a great job. This was a new injury for me. When I was batting, my stomach muscle swung. 4 and a half weeks were very difficult.
Morris said, ‘There was a machine in my room for treatment. I used to snow every 2 hours, it was a difficult time and now I am really happy playing without pain. Initially and when asked about bowling in the Death Overs, Morris said, “To be honest, I think I am in good shape. Cricket is boring without any pressure. As a cricketer you always want your exam.