Beyond the mandatory seven-day quarantine, fast bowling in India and Delhi Capitals You can eat is ready to hit the deck when he returns to be with celebrities in his old Indian Premier League franchise starting on April 9
Yadav, 33, who started his own IPL a career with the franchise in Delhi, set aside after it was acquired for its base price of Rs 1 crore at auction in February.
“After being quarantined for a week, it was great to step on the ground and spend some time with the boys,” Yadav said.
“I just want to do well when I have the ball in my hand. I will definitely do my best for my team and I will continue to improve every day,” he said in a DC statement.
Yadav, who has taken 119 leashes in 121 IPL games, said he felt at home at the Delhi Capitals camp.
“I started my IPL career with the team in Delhi, so the Delhi franchise seems like home to me. I know a lot of players on the team. I’ve played with people like Ishant Sharma, Axar Patel and Rishabh Pant for a long time.
“I don’t think I’m joining a new team. I feel very comfortable in the Delhi Capitals camp now,” Yadav said.
He said he was really enjoying his first training session in the capital, Delhi, at the Indian Cricket Club.