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MUMBAI: What younger Rishabh Pant has achieved up to now in his profession has been excellent and the younger wicketkeeper-batter will only get better working with two-time World Cup-winning captain Ricky Ponting, in line with former Australia all-rounder Shane Watson.
Pant is the skipper of the Delhi Capitals group which is coached by Ponting.
“The skill that Rishabh Pant has, take away his leadership, at 24-years-old to do what he’s been able to do in the infancy of his cricketing career…the things he has been able to achieve has been incredible,” Watson mentioned throughout Delhi Capitals’ digital press convention to announce collaboration with Royal Stag for the upcoming IPL season.

“It feels like he’s been around for a long time. He can only continue to get better and learn from his experiences,” mentioned the DC assistant coach.
“For him to get an opportunity to be a leader and under Ricky (Ponting), who was one of the best captains I played with. Ricky has the ability to lead a team and get the best from people around him. Rishabh certainly has a great person around him,” he added.
Pant is commonly in comparison with former India captain MS Dhoni however Watson feels each are very totally different folks and cricketers.
“Media and public in general want to compare apple with apple but every individual has their own skill set, their own ability and in a perfect world we could compare Rishabh with MS Dhoni but both are very different people and cricketers, who have incredible skill.

“Rishabh is a frontrunner who could be very cool, calm and picked up in addition to what I’ve skilled with the opposite individual — MS Dhoni.”
Watson warned everyone to draw comparisons between Pant and Dhoni at their own peril.
“In the top, all Rishabh can do is change into the most effective model of himself. The public and media can proceed to match him to the nice MS Dhoni at their very own peril.
“But all that matters for Rishabh and DC is that he brings the best version of himself as a player and leader.”

Looking ahead to working with Pant, Shaw and Shardul
With an thrilling set of native and abroad gamers within the Capitals’ squad Watson is trying ahead to working with Pant, opener Prithvi Shaw and all-rounder Shardul Thakur.
“Looking forward to getting to know Pant, finding out what exactly makes him tick and finding out how I can help him in any way possible.
“Prithvi Shaw is somebody I discover very fascinating. The expertise this younger man has is spectacular. He has Amazing talent.
“Another guy I’m looking forward to working with is Shardul Thakur,” he added.
Watson shared the dressing room with Thakur throughout his time in Chennai Super Kings.
“I worked with him (Thakur) in CSK. He’s an extremely skilful cricketer and is continuing to get better. We are seeing his skill with the ball and quite a few glimpses with the bat as well. He is a genuine all-rounder in all formats, especially T20.”
Watson feels the Capitals can win their maiden title this season as they’ve been in a position to collect a powerful squad.
“The one thing that stands out for me is the squad. It is certainly one of the strongest with overseas and Indian players,” he mentioned.
“DC have been close to winning the title and I feel they have what it takes to cross the line. There are not too many holes in the squad let alone the team.”

Depth of Indian expertise is outrageous
Asked in regards to the addition of two new groups in Lucknow Super Giants and Gujarat Titans, Watson mentioned, “When two new teams come in, it sort of dilutes the players a little bit. Teams need to find two more players to fill the void.
“The depth in Indian cricket is outrageous. If there had been 10 groups in IPL 1, 2 or 3 the expertise pool would have been stretched skinny however now the depth in Indian cricket alone means you might have seven world class gamers because the native Indian participant and the abroad gamers complement them.”
The former Australian all-rounder feels the team which gets its combination correct in the beginning will have a good chance of winning the title.
“It will take half a season for the groups to search out out their combos and the group that will get it the quickest that is the group that will get the momentum going and have a shot on the title.”



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