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Excited about Mumbai T20: Dhawal

DNMUM436209 | 5/11/2019 | Author : Taus Rizvi | WC :381

Mumbai: Having just finished his Indian Premier League (IPL) assignment for Rajasthan Royals, pacer Dhawal Kulkarni has started his preparations for the forthcoming Mumbai T20 League.
Kulkarni will be leading Aakash Tigers Mumbai Western Suburbs in the upcoming edition of the local T20 league.
After a training session at MCA’s facility at Bandra-Kurla Complex on Friday, Kulkarni said he is relaxed as there won’t be any non-stop travel like in IPL.
“I feel it won’t be that tiring (like IPL). It won’t be like travelling from one place to another, more over for the first time I will be playing in this league and I’m looking forward to it. I feel it has been a long season of IPL. I wanted to play Mumbai T20,” Kulkarni said.
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