Young Dewald Brevis and Suryakumar Yadav are like a house on fire when they start conversing. It’s a true club of shared affection. To determine if what he has struck has traveled the whole distance, one of them needs just glance up. As he slams them about, the other observes every square inch of the 360-degree outfield.
Together, they will play every shot in the book and spare no bowler. They discussed everything, including batting advice, butter chicken, biryani, and that 162 in 57 balls.
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I Am Trying To Copy The Way You Bat: Suryakumar Yadav To Dewald Brevis
“I’m just trying to copy the way you bat,” Suryakumar Yadav told Dewald Brevis as they chatted together in an exclusive chat on the Mumbai Indians channel. “You have to teach me how you do that no-look six”.
Dewald Brevis was gushing in his reply. “I would love to. It would be an honour, but I would love to learn lots of shots from you as well. I want to tell you a funny story of this. My no-look just happens. It’s weird. I don’t know. It just happens. I always felt that if I keep my head down it helps. And then it just happens.”
Dewald Brevis Recalls His 57-Ball 162 Knock
These days, it is impossible to discuss Dewald Brevis without mentioning the thunderous knock he struck in the CSA T20 Challenge. a 35-ball century, finishing with 162 from 57 balls with 13 sixes and fours. Surya was equally as shocked.
“I saw on MI’s page that you got a 55-ball 160+ [57-ball 162]. What did you eat on that day?” Surya asked what all of us have been asking.
“I had my normal omelette in the morning,” Dewald laughed.
“I just had another normal day. It just happened. I didn’t even realize what I was doing in that moment. I think everything just happened while in that moment. I played every ball at its own time. Ball by ball I tried that. And then at the end, I told one guy ‘I’m going to try to hit and hit every ball for six now’, and he said ‘looks like you have been doing that in this whole innings’.”
“It just happened. It was a moment thing. It was a special innings I must say.”
It was then time to pay the praise back. The present incarnation of Aapla Dada has been utterly lovely. Just for pleasure, he has been scoring runs. Our 19-year-old sprinter has been genuinely motivated. It nearly has the vibe of a younger person looking up to a cool elder.
“What you have achieved in the World Cup, being able to just bat like that throughout the tournament. It’s not just in one match with the strike rate up there, average up there, runs up there and everything. Congratulations on being the no.1 T20 batsman. That’s just insane. If anything, I must learn and I want to learn from you,” Dewald Brevis added.