David Miller shares his new year resolution
By SMCS - Jan 5, 2023 4:47 pm
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South Africa player David Miller has set his focus on the upcoming ODI World Cup and shared his intentions to be more consistent in order to end his nation’s drought of trophies in the ICC events as well. However, he had a stunning season in 2022 and wants to continue the momentum in order to help the team bag their maiden World Cup trophy as well. However, David Miller is aware of the challenges this new year can bring and thus has already set his focus on the big prize as well.

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“As a sportsman you always try to be consistent. Finding out what works for you through pressure situations and trying to do that more often than not. Looking into this year, I want to make sure I am in a good mental space and be nice and clear with my plans. I want to stay consistent, whatever team I am playing for. It is a busy international calendar but I have got some good time off in December so feeling refreshed and revitalised for the new year,” David Miller was quoted as saying by India Today.

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“We haven’t managed to win one yet but the end goal is to strive towards the World Cup. It is one of the biggest trophies going around and we have exciting players in the white ball set up coming through. I am certainly looking forward to that World Cup. There is still time left but I have added that to my new year resolution,” the veteran further added.

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Rassie van der Dussen and David Miller

However, the inaugural season of the SA20 league is all set to start on January 10 in Cape Town. While speaking on the same, he said that South Africa needed something like this to improve the quality of domestic cricketers as well.

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“We have been wanting to have something like this. I you look around all the leagues that are happening, it always benefits the local players, the international players coming around and playing and they get to gain experience. South Africa is a great place to play cricket with a good time zone and good weather. It is going to be a successful product,” David Miller concluded.