India’s spin wizkid Yuzvendra Chahal has spoken about has batting many times, hilariously qlorifying has abilities with the bat. However when Mumbai Indians put out a tweet with split images of Jasprit Bumrah and Chahal, asking fans if there were excited to see Bumrah ball to Chahal?, the spinner played down his own proficiency and posted a savage response.
"Keep dreaming i am batting no.10 or 11 before me finch ABD sir and king kohli is there first get them out then we will talk about my batting," replied Chahal.
Keep dreaming i am batting no.10 or 11 before me finch ABD sir and king kohli is there first get them out then we will talk about my batting#staysafe🙏🏻😂— Yuzvendra Chahal (@yuzi_chahal) April 2, 2020
Chahal, who would have featured for the Virat Kohli led Royal Challengers Bangalore if the IPL had taken place, stated that he had been spending time with his family.
"I don't get to spend too much time with my family. After many years I am at home. I am spending a lot of time with my family. It is a good and new experience. I sleep late and wake up late and spend time with my family members in the evening." said the spinner.
Previously, Chahal went back to his old passion, headlinging an online blitz event put in order by chess.com, and stated that sports taught him to be patient on the cricket field.
A former U-12 national chess champion, Chahal has the distinction of having represented India in World Chess Championship, and is listed on the website of World Chess Federation.
"Chess taught me patience. In cricket, you may be bowling well but you may not get wickets.
"Like in a Test match you may have bowled well in a day but not got wickets but you have to come back the next day so you need to be patient. Chess has helped me a lot in that way. I have learnt to be patient and get batsmen out."