Siddarth Kaul joined Cricket Addictor for a freewheeling conversation, ranging from the novel coronavirus pandemic situation in the country, thoughts on his comeback, Kane Williamson and Virat Kohli. What we interpret through the conversation is, Siddarth Kaul, likes to take one day at a time and his in no hurry to make a comeback. It is extremely important to note that Kaul is happy and satisfied with whatever he has, albeit working on his mental toughness is his prime concern.
In normalcy, Siddarth Kaul, would have been sharing the new ball with premier India fast bowler Bhuvneshwar Kumar in the Indian Premier League (IPL). But the pandemic situation has left one and all, startled, leaving our lives in a state of bother. Kaul, has decided to work on mental toughness in this situation. It is something he believes in necessary for any sportsperson to adapt.
Siddarth Kaul wants to play for Virat Kohli’s side in IPL
Siddarth Kaul was retained for SunRisers Hyderbad (SRH) for IPL 2020. And believes it is a dream to play for the Hyderabad outfit. He has the experience of playing 45 matches in the lucrative tournament, but his economy has been questionable. Kaul, however, said if he ever gets a chance, would like to ply his trade for Virat Kohli’s side in the tournament.
“I am playing for my dream side, but if ever I get something happens, I would like to play in Virat’s (Kohli) team,” Siddarth Kaul told Cricket Addictor on a live interview session.
Kaul has played three ODIs and as many matches in the shortest format for India. He has four international wickets to his name and holds an average of 21.00 in the T20Is.