Dwayne Bravo was at a lodging sitting above the Arabian Sea, only a couple of hours before he wore Chennai’s sunflower yellow to confront Mumbai in the IPL opener. The 34-year-old West Indies all-rounder went ahead to play what he called the best innings of his life, a 30-ball 68 that protected his group from certain annihilation. Before he joined his partners for lunch and match arrangement, Bravo addressed media and told them about cricket and life off the field.
Something the all-rounder anticipated at the IPL was an opportunity to unite with players from various countries.
“You are natural [with other worldwide cricketers] and this is a decent method to become more acquainted with players a considerable measure better,” he said. “When I saw Shane Watson in the evolving room, my first response was, ‘At last, we are in a similar group. We have played such a great amount against each other in universal cricket.’ These are things I anticipate. When we have great players in the evolving room, the more youthful players can learn to such an extent. Just great things can leave it. I love these minutes.”
With so much cricket being played, Bravo needs his downtime. Shopping and music are two of the exercises that unwind him. Resting as well.
“I like shoes, watches, garments, everything fundamentally,” Bravo says. “When I go to the shopping centre, I ensure I don’t need to backpedal at any point in the near future. I likewise appreciate playing ball, soccer, a tad of tennis. I likewise like sitting in front of the TV and tuning in to music. Most circumstances when I am not preparing, I’m in my room, dozing or making the most of my own space.”