IPL 2022: DC's Yash Dhull gears up for upcoming season with 'no-look upper cut' in nets
Yash Dhull captained India to their record fifth title in the Under-19 World Cup in 2022.
Delhi Capitals posted a video of India’s Under-19 World Cup-winning captain Yash Dhull, where he can be seen executing an impressive upper cut in a net session. Dhull, who made his first-class debut for the Delhi side in the Ranji Trophy league stages recently, has made a bright start with twin centuries. The 19-year-old notched up 479 runs in three games at an average of 119.75. He has scored three centuries as well including an unbeaten double hundred.
Dhull was bought by Delhi Capitals in the IPL 2022 mega auction for INR 50 lakh and is likely to make the playing XI as well, considering the form he has been in recent times. The right-hander is expected to be the future of the Indian side and his skipper Rishabh Pant would be the best example for him, who has made his way to the international circuit with consistent performances in IPL and Ranji Trophy.
Yash Dhull’s preparations are on song
In the video shared by DC, Dhull was truly in the the T20 mode as he nicely used the pace and bounce of a delivery to guide it behind the wicketkeeper. The youngster was quite confident that he has middled it really well and he did not even mind looking back at the shot for a few seconds. The Delhi Capitals captioned the video on Twitter, ‘That No-look was Smooth’.
That No-look was S.M.O.O.T.H 🤌
— Delhi Capitals (@DelhiCapitals) March 21, 2022
Meanwhile, Delhi Capitals, who are yet to win an IPL trophy, have made some notable inclusions to their side in the form of David Warner, Mitchell Marsh and Rowman Powell into their batting order. They have invested in young Indian seamers like Shardul Thakur, Chetan Sakariya and Khaleel Ahmed while the spin department will be taken care by Axar Patel and Kuldeep Yadav.
Meanwhile, Delhi Capitals will start their IPL 2022 campaign against the Mumbai Indians on the 27th of March and will be hoping to end their search for the maiden title this year.