Times of India – CHENNAI: For much of the last two years,
Shane Watson must have been consumed by oodles of doubt whether he still has it in him in the cut-throat surroundings of the IPL.

Summary

  • CHENNAI: For much of the last two years, Shane Watson must have been consumed by oodles of doubt whether he still has it in him in the cut-throat surroundings of the IPL.
  • Ten years ago, Watson’s heroics for Rajasthan Royals in their title-winning season had revived the 36-year-old’s international career.
  • As CSK reflect on their latest triumph, Watson’s efforts this season might just help him prolong his career as a T20 globetrotter.
  • ALSO READ: It’s been a special season for me, says WatsonWatson certainly has to be lauded for the effort he has put in to still win matches single-handedly at this stage of career, but CSK deserve their share of credit as well.
  • The Big Bash League, where Watson scored 331 runs for Sydney Thunder, certainly played a part in their decision while his good form in the Pakistan Super League (319 runs) just leading up to the IPL must have done the Aussie’s confidence a world of good.


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