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Suryakumar Yadav on a ‘Big Turning Point’ in His Career: “When I Returned To MI In 2018”


Suryakumar spoke about how the Mumbai Indians treat him like family and how returning to the MI camp felt like going home in 2018.

Suryakumar Yadav of the Mumbai Indians said ahead of their Qualifier 2 match against the defending champions Gujarat Titans (GT) in the ongoing Indian Premier League (IPL) 2023 that the trust that MI have shown in him and given him opportunities to bat up the order was a significant turning point in his career. Suryakumar spoke exclusively with JioCinema before of the MI’s Indian Premier League (IPL) 2023 Qualifier 2 match against Gujarat Titans on Friday in Ahmedabad.

Suryakumar spoke about how the Mumbai Indians treat him like family and how returning to the MI camp felt like going home in 2018.

“When I returned to the Mumbai Indians in 2018, it felt like I was returning home; they trusted me and gave me the opportunity to bat up the order, and it was a big turning point.” I scored runs in 2018, and my job will alter beginning next year. Then I found out that my position with the team will be this,” Suryakumar explained during the interview.

“They clarified my role and trusted me; it was time to repay them and take my game to the next level.” I worked hard to improve my game and practised. They took two steps, while I took four. “The connection is strong,” he continued.

Suryakumar remarked of the MI franchise, “This franchise will give you everything that helps you become a better player.” Whether it’s practice1 facilities or mental health help. It’s almost like you’re at home. You only need to put in 1% of your work; the rest will be provided by the franchise.”

Suryakumar is now the IPL 2023’s eighth-highest run-scorer. He has 511 runs at an average of 42.58 and a strike rate of 185.58 in 14 matches. He has four fifties and a century, with a top score of 103*. He has emulated his franchise cricket success in Indian colours. He has 1,675 runs in 48 matches and 46 innings, with an average of 46.52 and a strike rate of 175.76. In Indian colours, he has three centuries and thirteen fifties. For his efforts in the shorter format, he received the ICC Male T20I Player of the Year Award 2022.

MI finished the league stage with eight victories, six defeats, and 16 points, finishing fourth in the points standings. They will be ousted from the tournament if they lose this eliminator versus LSG. If they win, they will face Gujarat Titans in Qualifier Two, which will determine which side will face Chennai Super Kings in the final on May 28.



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