IPL 2020: What is Amit Mishra’s fitness secret at the age of 37?

new Delhi: Indian cricketer Amit Mishra is a very important bowler of Delhi Capitals. He is the most successful Indian bowler of IPL, he has taken 159 wickets in this tournament so far. Amit lags behind only Sri Lanka’s Lasith Malinga in this league in terms of wickets. Malinga has taken 170 wickets in IPL history. Due to personal reasons he could not be a part of the current season.

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The biggest reason for Amit Mishra’s success so far is his fitness, which is why in the age when cricketers think about retirement, Amit still leaves no stone unturned to win his team. The Delhi Capitals team shared a video on their social media account. In which Amit Mishra is seen sweating heavily in the gym. He also gives full time for net practice, so that there is no shortage of his bowling. Even they take full care in improving the fielding

Amit Mishra will be 38 years old on November 24 this year, but his importance has not decreased in Delhi Capitals team. He has taken 2 wickets in the current IPL season. Captain Shreyas Iyer also trusts him completely. Amit Mishra has also described Iyer as a positive captain, because the captain gives Amit the freedom to decorate.


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