Daniel Sams, an Australian fast bowler, says the Mumbai Indians’ environment is ideal for player development. In the 15th edition of the IPL, the pacer appeared in 11 games for Mumbai Indians, taking 13 wickets at an economy rate of 8.81. In a video provided by MI, Daniel Sams remarked, “I think this whole Mumbai Indians environment is really great for turning a person into a cricketer, so it’s been awesome.” “Talking with MJ (Mahela Jayawardene) and Bondy (Shane Bond) was incredibly beneficial,” he said. “Those chats I had with MJ just about what he did when he was suffering and he just talked about keeping things simple and being comfortable.”
Daniel Sams also spoke about Michigan’s season this year, claiming that the team’s tournament performance was lacking.
“Obviously, there were some issues, and we haven’t exactly performed as well as we would have liked,” Sams continued, “but we are looking forward to next year.”
“I believe that because of how we’ve done, a lot of us in this group have had to learn and cope with a lot of issues,” he concluded. “It isn’t the most ideal season, but I believe it is critical for me and everyone to improve as cricketers and players.”
“With the help of this competition, I’m attempting to answer problems such as how you bounce back from bad performances, how you think about yourself, and what you think about as you go into the next game. One of the finest moments of my career was working on myself a little and then returning to perform and have an impact on the team, especially in such a high-pressure environment as the TATA IPL “He went on to express the following.
On December 6, 2020, Daniel Sams made his Australian cricket debut against India in a three-match T20I series. He took one wicket and had an economy rate of 11.81 in that match. Sams has played four Twenty20 Internationals and had a good BBL season with the Thunder, where he was the team’s leading wicket-taker with 19 at 24.57 and hit an astonishing 98 off 44 balls against the Melbourne Renegades.