Smith and David Warner arrive in Australia meeting with Australian team in Dubai
After the ball tampering controversy, the ban on both will go away on March 28
new Delhi. Australian cricketer Steve Smith joins the pre-tournament camp of IPL franchise team Rajasthan Royals in Jaipur on Sunday. Rajasthan Royals are hoping for a good performance from Smith, who is trying to return to the Australian team for the ODI World Cup. David Warner also reached India to participate in the IPL. They are part of the Sunrise Hyderabad team. Both players were welcomed in a traditional style in Jaipur and Hyderabad.
Great to be back with the @rajasthanroyals here in Jaipur. Very excited for this years IPL https://t.co/Az9tfB3WhC
– Steve Smith (@ stevesmith49) March 17, 2019
The team's brand ambassador Shane Warne also believes in his talent. Warne said, "Smith's experience, passion and passion for the team of hunger will benefit. I have no doubt that Smith and Warner will do their best. "
Both of them met with their national team colleagues in Dubai
Earlier, Smith and Warner spent time with the Australian team in Dubai on the invitation of coach Justin Langer. The IPL tournament will be special for both the players because they have to play this tournament before the World Cup. After the ball-tampering controversy, the 12-month ban on Smith-Warner will go away on March 28.
Smith desperate to play cricket: Warne
Warne said, "Smith is desperate to play cricket. She loves it. He specializes in it. I am sure the hunger for the runs of the former captain of Australia has not been reduced. Smith and Warner are among the two best players in the world. I think Smith's performance will be fantastic. "
Warne also praised Ashton Turner
Rajasthan Royals player Ashton Turner will not be available until one April, as he is part of the Australian team in the five-ODI series against Pakistan from March 22 to 31. Warne said about them, "They are amazing players. You saw in Mohali what can they do? There are always one or two such players in our team. However, due to playing against Pakistan, they will remain out of the first three matches. "