Sanju Samson: I worked on my range-hitting skills during Covid-19 break

Convinced that having a variety of shots is an absolute necessity to go with power-hitting, the Rajasthan Royals wicketkeeper-batsman Sanju Samson says he dealt with these viewpoints during the Covid implemented break.

The work done by Samson was there to be seen when he pounded the Chennai Super Kings on Tuesday night, setting up a success with his rankling 32- ball 74, studded with nine sixes and a four.

That he is an effect player is a well established certainty however his spotless and rich hitting earned applause from everyone.

“I think range-hitting is what the game demands in this generation,” Samson said at the post-coordinate introduction. “I had the opportunity to work out in these five months, and I think I’ve expanded that capacity.

“I’ve been working hard on my fitness, diet and training, and on my strength, because my game relies a lot on power-hitting.”

Samson, who was declared Man-of-the-Match, said he will probably proceed to hit all the conveyances in his circular segment.

“My game plan is stand-and-deliver. If it’s in the arc, I go for it, and it’s very important to keep the intent to hit the ball if it’s there to be hit.”

With Robin Uthappa and Jos Buttler additionally in the crew, the Royals are spoilt for decision in the wicketkeeping division.

Be that as it may, Samson, who executed two stumpings and the same number of gets against the Super Kings, said he is glad to assume any job the chief and mentor esteem fit for him.

“Everyone likes to keep wickets and no one likes running around, but it’s up to the coach. We are happy to bring smiles on the fans’ faces and we hope to continue doing so.”