New Zealand pacer Trent Boult has said the biggest challenge for him will be to adjust to the extreme heat in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) when he turns up for reigning champions Mumbai Indians in the upcoming Indian Premier League (IPL) starting September 19.
Boult represent roped into the Mumbai Indians team in the IPL craft windowpane from the Delhi Capitals in the venous prevail final twelvemonth.
Mumbai Indians take on Chennai Super Kings in the IPL opener at the Sheikh Zayed Stadium on Saturday.
“The biggest challenge so far has been essaying to machinate to add up to 45 stages in the centre of a desert. I come from a very humble area, New Zealand which is about 7 or 8 stages at the import, the centre of wintertime, ” Boult read in a TV shared by Mumbai Indians on their prescribed Instagram news report.
“I have played for a couple of other franchises but I am very excited to be part of this Mumbai family,” said the 31-year old.
“uttering from experience I have played against them a few metes. The giving challenge that you face when you come up against this incline is that they have always been very restraining. So it is overnice to represent on the former oddment of it and represent parting of such a nerveless radical, ” Boult contribute.
The left-arm pacer has so far played a total 33 IPL matches in which he has scalped 38 wickets.