IPL 2019: No Point In Thinking About The Future – Mohammed Shami
The right-handed fast bowler Mohammed Shami has had a tough one and half year in his personal life. He has gone through a lot but it was something, which made him tough and made a stunning comeback to the game of cricket. Currently, he is involved with Kings XI Punjab in Indian Premier League.
The flamboyant cricketer had a brilliant run in the International cricket and currently, one of the premier bowlers from India, who is all set to travel England for the upcoming ICC World Cup 2019.
I like to live in present – Mohammed Shami
The right-handed fast bowler quoted that he would like to live in present rather than thinking about the past or future. Further, he went on to add saying that he would like to speak and listen to the people rather than playing an online game like “Pubg”.
“Everybody seems to be a fan of PubG (an online multiplayer war game). I prefer the company of people. Talking and listening to them,” Shami said over the phone from Jaipur to Hindustan Times.
“Anything can happen in a person’s life at any time. So, there is no point in thinking about what will happen in the future. I like to live in the present and make the most out of it,” Mohammed Shami said when asked about his expectations.
Fitness will be my focus in IPL 2019:
The Bengal cricketer furtherly added that the ongoing edition is all about the fitness of the players ahead of the ICC World Cup 2019. He wants none of the players to get injured ahead of the grand event.
Shami also added that he will give his 100% in whatever game he plays. He just hopes to be fit and wants to focus on his training sessions in order to be fit. The flamboyant cricketer hopes that he won’t pick any injury ahead of the tournament.
“Whatever happens I focus 100 per cent on the game. That is the only thing that is on my hand. Injuries can happen to anybody. I pray to God that nobody gets injured before the World Cup but you never know. I can only concentrate on the bowling process and on my fitness. Now I am in the IPL and then the World Cup. Obviously, the World Cup is such a big event that it’s always at the back of my mind. Fitness will be primary for me in the IPL.”
On Monday, he bowled brilliantly in the death overs of the game to give an upper hand for Kings XI Punjab. It would be interesting to see how he approaches the remaining games in the lucrative tournament.
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