Ben Stokes, at last, made some match-winning contributions for Rajasthan Royals in IPL 2020. He was the top-scorer with 50 off 26 on Friday against Kings XI Punjab, and before this game, he scored his second IPL century when he scored an unbeaten 107* against Mumbai Indians.
It appeared Ben Stokes never entirely turned up for the Rajasthan Royals, for the last couple of seasons. In any case, this year, Stokes is returning to stunning form, both with bat and ball. During the previous year, Stokes has raised his game and status as a cricketer to a new level, in white-ball and red-ball cricket.
Remember the games of World Cup final, Leeds, in New Zealand, in South Africa, and afterward a home season after a long lockdown. Stokes has been the star player of the England team. As of late, he has discussed his mantra for such sort of progress.
Ben Stokes told PTI in an interview that he had learned much with experience over the years. The more he plays, the more he will figure out how to manage various circumstances. Stokes said that he has never been content with where he is as a player and that consistently pushes him to turn out to be better and develop himself as a cricketer. The left-hander has dealt with his qualities and shortcomings.
Ben Stokes feels IPL is an amazing learning curve
When people asked him about his involvement and experience in the IPL, Stokes said that IPL is an amazing learning curve and he plays with and against the best cricketers on this planet. He additionally said that the sorts of exposure cricketers get from playing in big stadiums, before large crowds in the IPL and under intense tension will enable the cricketers to develop. He added that he gets charged up with energy in each ball he plays for Rajasthan Royals.