Jake Weatherald, an Australian opener who plays for South Australia in first-class and List-A cricket, will be a fraction of the HBL PSL 6 for the first time in six years. Jake affirms it as a gratifying opportunity as he is climbing fanned of the Big Bash League (BBL) for the primary era in his cricketing tenure.
Weatherald, who is a fundamental part of the Adelaide Strikers, conjectures the high-class level of the PSL as an ‘international type tournament.’ He is longing to join the Sarafarz Ahmed-led side, Quetta Gladiators, to accommodate them get out of the stockade. Notably, Gladiators are on the last spot of the PSL 6 points table as they could accomplish 4 out of 5 games played.
The Aussie is to endure a cricketing career out of BBL for the first time that makes him excited. He says that he has been heeding PSL matches, and watching them makes him aspire to join the professionals. As per his yearnings, he ached to voyage to Pakistan, but amidst the COVID-19 billow in the country, the event is hauled to the UAE.
PSL is an ‘international type tournament,’ says Jake Weatherald
“I am really excited. Obviously, I am disappointed that it is not in Pakistan. I think it will be really good to go there [Pakistan] and experience the culture. But I guess you need to take every opportunity you can, so I am really excited to play my first international type tournament. It will be a new experience outside the Big Bash,” Weatherald said.
Notably, the event is to initiate by the first week of June – the sources likely hunt at 5th June. It was postponed after taping up fourteen matches due to the several COVID-19 bio-bubble breaches in between.
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