India’s star participant KL Rahul received up shut and private with tv presenter and commentator Suhail Chandhok within the fifth episode of ‘The Mind Behind’. Red Bull athlete, Okay.L. Rahul revealed how he’s spending time amidst the lockdown, his expertise taking part in for RCB, and his early life within the cricket discipline, who he’d decide to bat for his life and far more on this fifth episode of ‘The Mind Behind’.
Talking about how he’s spending his time amid lockdown, Rahul mentioned: “Me and my household are in Bangalore. We’re all protected. I’m simply attempting to do no matter I can, when it comes to coaching and protecting busy. I haven’t been or haven’t actually received to a spot the place it’s annoying, I’m hanging in there! But yeah, it’s it’s fairly good to spend time at residence and I keep in mind once we saved taking part in (the group) for thus lengthy, all of us saved wanting a break, and now that we’ve received such a giant break, we’re like we don’t need such a giant break.
“I assume that’s what this time is educating all of us; the vital issues in life, the significance of being wholesome and spending time with household. I received to spend my birthday with my household after an extended, very long time, in order that felt very particular.”
Asked if he may change any match, Rahul mentioned: “It has to be the World Cup semi-final. I think most of us are still not over that loss, it is still haunts us sometimes. I can’t imagine what the senior players must have felt but you know in a World Cup it just becomes even harder and knowing that we played so well in the entire tournament. Yeah, so, you I still wake up to that nightmare sometimes!”
Asked if he needed to decide one cricketer to bat for his life, Rahul mentioned: “I’ll go with Virat (Kohli) because I know, everybody knows he is a great player. We share a great friendship and he will give it all to save my life.”
Going again to his early life, Rahul was requested to explain his actual second the place he scored an outstanding 100 in Sydney.
“I think that innings, that series just changed the way I looked at myself, the confidence that I got from bouncing back so quickly and at an international stage, where, you know it’s a dream for every player, was incredible. I realized that, you know, if I put my mind to it, there are things that I can achieve, that even I had never thought I could. So that innings did give me a great deal of confidence and it just changed who I was as a person and as a cricketer.”
Commenting on social media and the way it impacts his household, sister or mother and father and stuff like that: “I think that’s when you get affected the most. And as players when you see that your family’s getting hurt, is when you start to react or you start to feel bad. But yeah, I’m hopeful that people will realize that end of the day, we are people as well. We are trying hard, we do the best, we are having sleepless nights, working ourselves for eight hours, 10 hours a day, sometimes staying away from family, and, you know, going through everything.”