Sanju Samson believes that in past few years he has ready himself in an exceedingly manner that nobody terms him a one-dimensional cricketer.
The skillful Kerala keeper-batter has incomprehensible the T20 tournament price tag, however understands that entering into the elite fifteen of the national team is tougher than ever with the type of quality that Indian cricket is churning day in and day trip.
“Playing different roles is something I have worked on for a lot of years. I am confident of batting anywhere in the order.” Samson believes that to be successful, one needs to be flexible. You should not fix a spot for yourself. You cannot tell people: ‘I am an opener or I am a finisher.’ In the last three-four years, playing in various roles and spots (in the order) has added a new dimension to my game,” he added.
The 27-year-old, who has featured in seven ODIs and sixteen T20Is to this point, aforesaid finding a spot within the Indian team is difficult and there’s loads of competition.
“It really does get challenging. Finding a place in the Indian team is really challenging. There is a lot of competition around, even within players who are in the team now. When these things happen, it is important to focus on myself,” Samson said in response to a question. “I am happy with the way I am performing. I want to improve….”
From Thursday Samson are going to be leading India A within the 3 List A games against New Zealand A, beginning in Madras .
“The quality of cricketers we have in our team is unbelievable. So, it really helps each and every individual to raise their level. We keep on challenging ourselves. We try to perform every time we get an opportunity,” Samson said.
The A series continually keeps the perimeter players within the choice measuring check and Samson is happy to guide the national A team.
“They (India A games) are really important. There is not much difference between an A game and international game. The competition is almost the same. so it is important to make use of the opportunities.”