Being knocked out of World Cup semi-final cricket has its mental effects and the young left-hander from South Africa Quinton de Kock has found it hard to get over the loss in New Zealand.

Quinton who is with the Delhi Daredevils for this years IPL felt that it took him more than a day to actually get over the loss and that he need to move on and complete his assignment professionally at the IPL for the team from Delhi.

The Daredevils who ended up last in the league previous year said that it is chance to come hard at everyone and play to potential and that they have nothing to lose after the precious campaign.

Boasting a career strike rate of 132.47 Quinton, when asked about an importance of starting an innings said that it was as important to finish as well if they are to be successful in the league.

Quinton who is not sure if he will have the gloves on for this campaign said that it is not something in his thought process and that he is not worried about it. He also felt that playing T20 cricket is easier for the batsmen and that the transition form 50 over cricket to 20 over cricket is all about patience which is need in 50 over cricket.

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