Opening batsman Devon Conway attributed Chennai Super Kings’ success in the Indian Premier League to their ‘maintaining your chin up’ mindset which, he believes, does not allow players’ thoughts and feelings to get the best of them, even after big losses
Even though the four-time IPL winners were unable to reach their peak in this year’s tourney, there was no hopelessness inside the dressing room, everyone maintained a smile on their faces, not enabling defeats to impact them much.
Conway, the elegant top-order baseman who hit three half-centuries, including an 87, in seven matches for the franchise this year, mentioned, “We were needy to reach the playoffs because of our rich history in this contest (winning four IPL titles).”
Regrettably, this year didn’t go to plan. We had durations when we were genuinely nice with the bat, ball, and fielding, but it won’t occur continuously for us.”
“Even though we have dropped a few close matches, we haven’t yet left the locker room depressed.” The CSK way is to Keep your chin up and a smile on your face and don’t let it impact you too much.
The sight of ‘Dhoni 7’ t-shirts everywhere inside the stadiums was breathtaking: Devon Conway
Conway, who left the IPL bio-bubble for his wedding and managed to play some memorable innings, said seeing the ‘Dhoni 7’ t-shirts all over the stadiums was a wonderful sight and “pretty special” for him.
“First and foremost, I’d like to express my gratitude to all of their (fans’) support. You could not wish for better loyal fans, so we’re very thankful to have all of the followers and enthusiasts and we do, and seeing all of the CSK T-shirts with ‘Dhoni 7’ on them in the stadiums was pretty special “He continued.
The Chennai Super Kings (CSK) are without a doubt among the most dominant franchises in the Indian Premier League (IPL) (IPL). The Yellow Army, on the other hand, has shown signs of weakness during the last three seasons. The four-time IPL champions failed to make the playoffs in 2020 and 2022, despite becoming champions in 2021.