Pat Cummins' life hasn't changed a bit

Pat Cummins’ life hasn’t changed a bit

Aussie pacer Pat Cummins is the address of Kolkata Knight Riders for a record fee in the IPL auction. Kolkata recruited Aussie pacer for Rs 15 crore which is the highest fee for any foreigner in IPL history. But the fate of the IPL is in the swing of uncertainty in the hands of Corona. Pat Cummins says selling for a record fee has not changed his life in the slightest. Success or failure does not affect him very much.

“I don’t think my life has changed much,” Cummins told PTI. I play and try my best. But success or failure doesn’t affect me very much. ‘

T20 cricket can be a way of living a luxurious life in terms of money, great opportunities for fame. It is clear that cricketers, like fans, are losing interest in the traditional version of Test cricket. But Pat Cummins thinks like Indian captain Virat Kohli. Test cricket is more important to him.

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Cummins, currently the number one bowler in Test cricket, said, “I grew up watching and loving Test cricket. And that hasn’t changed yet. I think it’s the most challenging format. Because here you have to test your skills, stamina and mental strength. Winning every Test gives incredible satisfaction.

He has already taken 143 wickets in his 30-Test career. The cricketer is engaged in outdoor practice subject to permission from Cricket Australia. Pat Cummins is also sweating. However, according to him, it will take some more time to be useful like playing a match.

The 26-year-old pacer added, “It takes at least a few months to regain full speed and fitness. Luckily we have some time on our hands. We started bowling two weeks ago. So we will be ready whenever the game starts.