IPL 2022: Star Sports reveals the name of the state that provides them the maximum viewership


Acknowledged as 'Festival of India', the Indian Premier League will kick off from 26th March, Saturday. The first match of the tournament will be played between the 2021 edition finalists Chennai Super Kings and Kolkata Knight Riders.

Moreover, the management has added two new IPL teams named Gujarat Titans which will be led by Hardik Pandya and Lucknow Super Giants, led by KL Rahul.

Besides, considering the reports, one of the sources has claimed that Maharastra provides the most extensive viewership, especially in cricket across all the states in India.

Notably, this edition of the Indian Premier League will witness 74 games with the inclusion of the two new teams and Disney+Hotstar can expect more viewership from this season.

Something that’s been weighing him down for a while: Glenn Maxwell

Virat Kohli - Glenn Maxwell

The Australian all-rounder Glenn Maxwell who has been retained by Royal Challengers Bangalore for this edition has shared a few words about the former skipper Virat Kohli.

Glenn Maxwell told to RCB podcast, "He knows he’s handing the captaincy over, which I think is potentially a big burden for him. It might have been something that’s been weighing him down for a while and now that he’s been able to release it, it might be dangerous news for opposition teams.

It is amazing for him to be relaxed a bit and actually enjoy the next few years of his career without any of that sort of external pressure."

"I think playing against him in earlier days, he was a fiery competitor, getting in your face. He’s always trying to impose himself on the game. Impose himself on the opposition," he added.

"Something I’ve noticed more from him this year is he’s been really measured with his emotions. He’s actually been really measured with his decision-making.

He’s certainly really surprised me and probably how close we’ve both gotten to each other as well this year. Being able to talk about the game in a calm manner," said Glenn Maxwell.

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