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IPL 2017: Kevin Pietersen To Do Commentary In Parts This Season


England’s star batsman Kevin Pietersen is all set to join the tenth edition of the Indian Super League as a commentator which shall begin from April 5 at Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium in Hyderabad when Sunrisers Hyderabad will take on Royal Challengers Bangalore.
Fast-paced cricket is not the game of a bat and a ball anymore; it’s followed by the glamour and wealth as the scenes behind the third eye are detailed out by the team of experts who are known as commentators and they further add insights into the game which hooks the viewers and the listeners of the radio commentary.
The 36-year-old right-handed batsman Pietersen has announced the news on his twitter account while chalking out the details of his commentary stint during the cash-rich league which is celebrating its tenth year after the idea was floated in 2007-08 which has become the familiar name across the country.
“I’ll be commentating on week one, week four & the finals. Will be fun to be back in India,” Pietersen tweeted on his twitter handle.
In the recent past, Pietersen has also joined Channel Nine commentator box. However, his batting would be missed by his fans.
The explosive batsman Pietersen had play vital role for his national team in the recent past before making himself available for the lucrative leagues across the world.
The Natal-born has been also part of the major Twenty20 league across the globe which includes Big Bash League where he has been part of the Melbourne Stars followed by Pakistan Super League where he plays for its franchise Quetta Gladiators.
However, it’s pertinent that Pietersen pulled out of the PSL final which was successfully held in Lahore on March 5. Pietersen cited security concerns which were further followed by several overseas players.
In 2016, Pietersen was part of the Rising Pune Supergiant(s) where he could play four matches before suffering a calf injury.
Earlier, Pietersen had opted out of IPL Players’ Auction 2017 while citing the busy schedule at home.
The hard-hitting sensation Pietersen had been part of the IPL franchises like Royal Challengers Bangalore (2009), Deccan Chargers (2011), Delhi Daredevils (2014) and Sunrisers Hyderabad (2015).
Pietersen had played 104 Tests, 136 One-day Internationals and 37 Twenty20 Internationals for England since making his international debut in 2004.

IPL NEWS - I'll be commentating on week one, week four & the finals.
Will be fun to be back in India.

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