In light of Rohit Sharma’s struggles in the Indian Premier League, former New Zealand cricketer Scott Styris believes that the English batter Jos Buttler can serve as an example.
Former New Zealand all-rounder Scott Styris believes that Rohit Sharma, the captain of the Mumbai Indians, can learn a few things from Jos Buttler’s method. In a statement following Buttler’s sensational 95 off 59 balls.
Styris suggested that the Mumbai Indians captain can learn a thing or two from Buttler
About how he might be able to find his form again in the Indian Premier League.
Jos Buttler of the Rajasthan Royals, who started the tournament off strong, lost steam after a few games. Buttler struggled for a while before regaining his composure and scoring 95 runs against SunRisers Hyderabad on Sunday, May 7.
Speaking on Jio Cinema, Styris suggested “that Rohit emulate Buttler’s style of play by taking his time to develop his innings in case he is not in the right rhythm.”
“When you think about Jos Buttler, you see a player who is confident in his ability to recover from a sluggish start. Rohit Sharma needs to take a page out of that book, we have been saying for a few games. He should aim to play those exact innings. Rohit Sharma is a talented individual like Jos Buttler, so take 20 balls and then advance through the gears. During the game, Styris said on Jio Cinema that Buttler “showed maturity for Rajasthan.”
The former cricketer drew attention to Buttler’s post-innings interview and claimed it provided a valuable look into his strategies and goals for going up to bat.
The interview he gave was excellent. It provided us with knowledge of his approach and way of thinking. He didn’t use the word form, but he claimed that the way he had been playing over the previous few games had prevented him from finding his rhythm. He claimed “to have set his ego aside and persevered until he was ready to start pursuing the bowlers, Styris said.”
In the powerplay innings of the IPL 2023, Rajasthan has one of the top batting lineups. Buttler, Yashasvi Jaiswal, and Sanju Samson, the top three players for RR, have displayed some captivating stroke play when singing.