Shane Watson, a former all-rounder for Australia, has played a lot of T20 cricket in Rajasthan. He is well accustomed to the weather and is knowledgeable about the playing surfaces of the state’s cricket grounds. As a result, when he arrived in Jodhpur on Friday to participate in the Legends League Cricket, he immediately felt at home.

The Australian icon claimed that Rajasthan is like his second home and will be sporting the Bhilwara Kings jersey during the competition. “I’m home again. My recollections of playing in the state are so amazing. When I touched down in Jodhpur today, I experienced that bond once more. I am adored by the state’s supporters, and I am constantly moved by their encouragement.” In a press conference on Friday, Watson added, “I am looking forward to playing here.”

The four teams are in fierce rivalry, according to Watson, who promised to push the envelope. All four teams—Gujarat Giants, Bhilwara Kings, India Capitals, and Manipal Tigers—are still in the running for a playoff spot with two games remaining.

“I am keeping up with the competition. Wonderful to be here. I’ve planned ahead. I am aware that all the guys have been physically demanding themselves. That was our ongoing dedication to the game. Therefore, I’m not surprised by that. Whether you have retired or not, there is nothing like it. When you play the game, you are constantly trying to push the boundaries. I’ll try to push the envelope while everyone is doing their best,” a 41-year-old male commented.

Watson’s evaluation of the competition is accurate. Cricket players have demonstrated intense rivalry during the game. The cricketers haven’t given up without a fight, from fielders Muttiah Muralidharan and Mohammed Kaif collecting outstanding catches to pacers Fidel Edwards and Tino Best pelting the hitters with bouncers.