Gujarat Titans new jersey for IPL 2023: Defending champions Gujarat Titans (GT), on Friday, unveiled their revamped jersey for 2023 season of Indian Premier League (IPL) 2023. The franchise added a new element to their last year’s jersey, not making any changes to the old color.
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GT management have embossed a star above the team logo on their new jersey for this year’s IPL. The star signifies their maiden title win in 2022.
“Proud to have a Star on our jersey! The much-loved jersey is back with enhancements that display our winning attitude. Watch the jersey come alive!” GT wrote in the caption of a video they posted for fans on Twitter. The video features GT skipper Hardik Pandya posing in the revamped kit for IPL 2023.
Proud to have a ⭐ on our jersey! The much-loved jersey is back with enhancements that display our winning attitude. Watch the jersey come alive! #AavaDe pic.twitter.com/ChgnMj6kp2
— Gujarat Titans (@gujarat_titans) March 9, 2023
The upcoming season of Indian Premier League, IPL 2023, will be played this year in its original home-away format. The much-loved T20 mega tournament will kick off on March 31.
IPL 2023 opener will be played between five-time IPL winners Chennai Super Kings (CSK) and defending champions Gujarat Titans. Last year, Hardik Pandya’s Gujarat Titans won 10 of their 14 matches in group stage, eventually defeating Rajasthan Royals in summit clash to win IPL trophy while playing their maiden season.
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Hardik Pandya, after being sidelined from team India for almost two years due to his back and leg injuries, made an inspiring comeback to the national team by leading Gujarat Titans to a historic title win last year. His heroics in IPL 2022 not only helped him get acknowledged as one of the best all-rounders in the world but also as an able captain.
Many believe that after ODI World Cup 2023, set to be played in India this year, Hardik will most likely replace Rohit Sharma as India’s white-ball skipper.