Kuldeep Yadav’s underwhelming show let Kolkata Knight Riders down in last year’s IPL, but the team’s chief mentor David Hussey believes that the Indian left-arm wrist spinner is at the “top of his game” this season and will be a consistent performer.
The Chinaman bowler got just four wickets from nine matches in 2019 and was dropped from KKR after logging an average of 71.50 and an economy rate of 8.66.
In an exclusive interview to PTI, Hussey said Kuldeep would not have any confidence issues going into the 13th edition of the league which will get underway in UAE on September 19.
“I personally believe after the last eight-nine days of training camp, he’s at the top of his game. He’s fielding well, he is running well, he’s covering the ground very well. And he’s bowling has a…