Will look to sustain the IPL momentum: Vijay

Updated: 07 September 2012 13:52 IST

Basking in the glory of Chennai Super Kings' second successive IPL triumph, the team's batting hero in the finals, Murali Vijay, said he would now aim to carry his fine form into India's Test series against the West Indies next month.

Chennai:

Basking in the glory of Chennai Super Kings' second successive IPL triumph, the team's batting hero in the finals, Murali Vijay, said he would now aim to carry his fine form into India's Test series against the West Indies next month.

Vijay's 52-ball 95 was the cornerstone of Chennai Super Kings' mammoth total of 205 in the IPL finals which the Royal Challengers Bangalore failed to chase and lost by 58 runs.

"I am enjoying this moment and looking to improve on all aspects of my cricket, batting and everything. I am looking forward to join the Indian team in the Tests in which I really want to carry the momentum and do well," said the opener who has been picked for the three-match series in the Caribbean starting June 20.

For now, Vijay said he was savouring the CSK's triumph.

"I really feel happy.

Topics : Cricket Chennai Super Kings Chris Gayle Murali Vijay India in West Indies, 2011
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