The 23-year-old Green has had an astonishing week after winning a bid by an Indian from Mumbai for Rs 17.5 crore.
The second most expensive purchase in Indian Premier League history, Australian all-rounder Cameron Green has been modest about his earnings of Rs 17.5 billion, saying he “didn’t do much” to make money from player auctions. said.
The 23-year-old has had an astonishing week in Mumbai after winning a fortune from his Indians of Rs 175 crore.
On Monday, the bowler’s great claimed his pull of five wickets for the first time in a Test, boxing his day on the first day of his Test where he helped sack a visitor for 189 in the South African batting. destroyed his line-up.
Green said a big purse wouldn’t change him or the way he plays cricket.
“To be fair, I don’t think I’ve done much to deserve this,” Green said.
“I put my name up for auction and it just happened. Who I am, how I think, my confidence in cricket remains the same. Hopefully I don’t change much.” No,” he added. The green emerged as the second most expensive purchase at the Kochi auction after a bidding war between Delhi Capitals, Royal Challengers Bangalore and Mumbai Indians. England’s Sam Curran has become the most expensive auction purchase in IPL history, being sold to his Kings of Punjab for Rs 18.5 billion.
Green says workload management is key to longevity for an all-rounder like him. The young man, who had to reduce his bowling load due to back problems, added that prioritization is important when trying to excel as both a batter and a bowler.
“I think your priorities are shifting. If you’re just a bowler, you pay a lot of attention to your bowling. The reason you have this rhythm is because you’re basically bowling 20 overs and innings. That’s probably the main difference (the difference between a bowler and an all-rounder).
“Trying to do both at the same time is difficult. Putting too much effort into both puts too much pressure on yourself, so you have to prioritize one or the other,” Green said.
He added that he prioritizes hitting before games and pays more attention to bowling on game days.
“I try to prioritize batting in the weeks leading up to the game. Get in shape for that,” Green said.