New Zealand captain Daniel Vettori believes that his players will be able to put their experiences in the Indian Premier League to good use during the ICC World Twenty20 2009.New Zealand captain Daniel Vettori believes his players will be able to put their experiences in the Indian Premier League to good use during the ICC World Twenty20.
The left-arm spinner was one of four members of the Black Caps squad to take part in the competition that recently finished in South Africa.
Vettori, Brendon McCullum, Ross Taylor and Jesse Ryder endured contrasting fortunes throughout their participation, with only Taylor an unqualified success.
Taylor outshone compatriot Ryder as batting team-mates for Royal Challengers Bangalore (280 runs @ 31.11 compared to 56 runs @ 11.20).
McCullum suffered a harrowing time as skipper of rock-bottom Kolkata Knight Riders, although his batting form did pick up in the latter stages to see him finish with 285 runs @ 23.75.
For Vettori's part, he featured inRead More »from Vettori focuses on IPL positives