Kyle has only played in 4 T20 internationals so far since making his debut in November 2020.
New Zealand all-rounder Kyle Jamieson can be considered one of the most exciting all-rounder overseas options for any IPL franchise. There is speculation that the 26-year-old, who signed up for a base price of INR 75 lakh, may have plenty of franchises behind him in the upcoming IPL auction for the 2021 edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL). February 18 in Chennai.
Kyle has only played in 4 T20 Internationals so far since his debut in November 2020, but has failed to make an impact as he could only scalp 3 wickets. However, the New Zealand The all-rounder managed to make a massive impact in the purest format of the game as in 6 games he picked 36 wickets at a save rate of 2.38 and a strike rate of 13.3.
Speaking of the IPL auction to ESPNcricinfo, Kyle said he hasn’t paid much attention to it because currently he is just focusing on improving his game. Jamieson believes it won’t affect him much if he isn’t. chosen by no team at the next auction.
I don’t know what’s going to happen: Kyle Jamieson
“To be honest I didn’t pay too much attention to it and for me I focused on what I can control here and I think things will go as they will tomorrow night – if that means i get picked up and going great and otherwise there is still a lot of cricket to be played all winter. I try not to be too careful. Things like this tend to take care of themselves.
Moreover, the all-rounder felt that it would be a rewarding experience for him to participate in the Indian league as he would have the chance to learn a lot from the greats of the game while also gaining the experience of playing in different conditions. .
“This experience, if it comes, I’m not sure what’s going to happen, but it’s definitely a different experience and a lot of new learning to come. What is probably the most exciting is that when you play in these different environments there is a lot of learning and ways to improve your skills and try to add strings to your bow, ”a concluded Kyle Jamieson.