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Tim David Credits PSL for his Global Fame in Franchise Cricket

Tim David, an all-rounder with Multan Sultans, claims that the Pakistan Super League (PSL) “plays a massive role” in his international success.

Speaking to a private news channel ahead of Sultan’s match against Islamabad United in Rawalpindi, the Australian cricketer said that he has high expectations from himself and wants to contribute to the team’s cause.

“I have high expectations of myself. I just want to go out on the field and contribute to the team’s success. I love hitting sixes; I love spending time in the middle. So, hopefully, I can score some runs. And, just have a lot of fun out there,” said David.

“PSL is great. It’s so challenging for me. It was the first franchise tournament I played in, and I came back last year and did well. I knew I was playing really good cricket because it is a challenge to come here, especially as an overseas batter, and to do well with the spin.”

He stated when talking about the PSL’s significance in his professional development that his first opportunity came when he started playing for the Lahore Qalandars in the second half of the season. Being given the chance to go play, experiment, and find his game before returning was incredibly thrilling.

The PSL plays a major part for him in trying to find out how he wants to play the game, being challenged by really high-quality players, and figuring out different methods to try and get better, so a massive part.

He continued by saying that because local players in the league are so fiercely competitive, participating in the tournament as an international player is always a wonderful test. 

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