IPL 2017: Watch Tymal Mills talk about his aspirations for his debut season in the league

Tymal Mill talks about his aspirations, thoughts and wishes about the IPL season ahead. He talks about what he’s looking forward to the most in this IPL.

FP Sports April 20, 2017 18:22:12 IST
IPL 2017: Watch Tymal Mills talk about his aspirations for his debut season in the league

Speedster Tymal Mills is the newest edition to the IPL, playing this season for Royal Challengers Bangalore. In this episode of ‘Life Beyond Cricket’, Mithila Mehta chats with Tymal about his aspirations, thoughts and wishes about the season ahead. He talks about what he’s looking forward to the most in this Indian Premier League (IPL).

Tymal opens up about his back injury, which could have forced him to retire at the young age of 22 — but instead, pushed him along to greater things, and forced him to focus only on T20 as a specialist bowler. He also shares what aspects of India he’s looking forward to exploring (Indian food or Bollywood films, which one is he more likely to try?) Finally, how is he coping with the pressure that comes with the price tag he attracted at the IPL auction, and is he feeling the weight of expectations? Tune in!

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