KL Rahul is at his hometown in Bengaluru but in no hurry to resume training as he has kept safety as a priority. The Karnataka batsman has been in red-hot form for the national team and his neat glovework only adds to his case. KL Rahul proved his prowess at the top of order and was also effective down the order. He has overshadowed Rishabh Pant with his peformances.
In the ODI series against New Zealand, KL Rahul hit a century and half-century after showing his brilliance in the T20I series. However, at the pandemic situation, cricketers have been far from practice due to the hiatus and would need time to be match-fit again.
KL Rahul: I think NCA will open in a couple of weeks, looking forward to it
KL Rahul feels the National Cricket Academy (NCA) in Bengaluru will open in two weeks and he is looking forward to it. The 28-year-old, however said that, he is no hurry as safety is a primary concern at the moment.
“The government has given the go to start training but we are taking it slow, making sure everything is safe, I think in Banglaore NCA in a couple of weeks things would start off. I am looking forward to it. Having said that, I personally, I am not in such a hurry, we want to make sure that we are safe before everything starts,” KL Rahul said on India Today’s Inspiration.
KL Rahul has cemented his place in the limited-overs with his consistent performances since 2019. He has scored at an average of 47.65 in the ODIs and 45.65 in the shortest format of the game.