KL Rahul
In this interview, KL Rahul discusses how he has grown as a leader.


Preparing for the IPL 2022 season, KL Rahul explains his leadership lessons.

This year’s Indian Premier League (IPL) will get underway on March 26.

The inaugural match of the Lucknow Super Giants will take place on March 28.

KL Rahul, the captain of the Lucknow Super Giants, has highlighted some of his most important leadership lessons ahead of the forthcoming season of the Indian Premier League in 2022. The IPL 2022 season is scheduled to begin on March 26th with the first game.

The IPL 2022 season is just around the corner, and fans are excited to witness how Lucknow Super Giants (LSG), one of the two new teams in this edition, will be led by right-handed batter KL Rahul. Rahul has already led Punjab Kings (PBKS) in previous seasons, and the batsman has shared his one important takeaway from his time as the team’s captain. There will be a new team in Lucknow Super Giants on March 28th.

When it comes to the bottom line, I’ll be satisfied if I can repeat the last three or four seasons. In my experience as a leader, I’ve learned that having strong players in the lower middle ranks is critical for a team’s long-term success. As a result, Rahul told Sports Tak, “we have selected Marcus Stoinis, Jason Holder, Krunal Pandya, and Deepak Hooda in the middle order.

Having a solid middle and lower order is critical to success in the shortest game format, according to the right-handed hitter. Also, having a solid hitting lineup allows the top order to be aggressive from the start, he noted.

With a solid middle and lower-middle order, your openers will have more freedom to go for it in the first six innings. It is indeed my job to take advantage of our power play in order to get the squad off to a strong start. Then then, I’m someone who has always tried to take advantage of the circumstance. I’m not a one-trick pony when it comes to acting. There is no purpose in playing a 200-over game if you need only 130-140 runs to win, observed Rahul.

In my head, I’m always trying to figure out how I can help my team win. I encourage my players to follow suit. We’d be aggressive, but we’d put the team’s interests ahead of our own. No one can claim that this is the only way they can play, or that this is their natural game here. That is not the way a team game should be played,” Lucknow’s captain continued.

A match between Chennai Super Kings and Kolkata Knight Riders will kick off the IPL 2022 season on March 26. On March 28, Lucknow will begin their season against the Gujarat Titans.

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