David Miller has made special preparations for the series against India, so there is no pressure.

African batsman David Miller has made special preparations for the five-match T20 series against India starting June 9. South African batsman David Miller said his attitude to the game is the same as it was a decade ago. Miller said that now that he understands his game better, he can now handle the pressure with ease.

Miller, who scored 481 runs for the Gujarat Titans, who won the IPL title in their first season, played the finalist role in at least four matches. He said: “Before the start of the IPL, my goal was to score more runs and play the role of the finalist in the victory. That’s what you think when you go through the middle order and I’m glad I can do it.”

Miller stated that he understands his game better than ever. Miller said: “I wouldn’t say I did anything different. I’ve been playing for a long time and over time everyone matures. Now I understand my game better.

Miller, who has played 95 T20 matches for South Africa, believes it brings locker room break. He said: “I still get nervous and start to think negatively, but now I can handle the pressure very well. Understanding my game better only helped.

Miller stated that there is no added pressure on him after a strong performance in the IPL. “There is no extra pressure. There is pressure in every international game. I don’t see it that way. With experience, I am handling the pressure well. A two-day break in the Maldives helped me a lot to cool down.

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