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Shane Watson: Halla Bol… considers Rajasthan as his second home, remembering the old days when Shane Watson arrived to play, LLC

Jodhpur: Former Australian all-rounder Shane Watson has played a lot of T20 cricket in Rajasthan. He knows everything about the pitch and weather of the state’s cricket stadiums. Casts well here. So, when he reached Jodhpur to play Legends League cricket, he felt connected to Rajasthan. The Australian giants are playing for Bhilwara Kings in this tournament. If Watson is to be believed, Rajasthan is like his second home.

“I’m back home,” Watson told a news conference on Friday. I have so many incredible memories of playing in the state. When I reached Jodhpur today, I felt that connection again. The fans of the state love me and I am always humbled by their support. I am looking forward to playing here.

In this press conference, former New Zealand captain Ross Taylor, former India fast bowler S. Raman Raheja, co-founder and CEO of Legends League Cricket, joined Sreesanth and Irish batsman Kevin O’Brien. Watson said the competition between the four teams is high and he will try to widen its scope. Now with two matches left, all four teams – Giants, Kings, India Capitals and Manipal Tigers – are in the race for a playoff berth.

The 41-year-old all-rounder said, ‘I am well prepared. I know all the players here are pushing their body’s capabilities to the maximum limits. This has always been our commitment to the sport. For me it’s no surprise. Whenever you are playing a match, you always try to expand the range of abilities. Everyone is giving their best and together, I will also try to push my limits.

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