Top 16 Smriti Mandhana Quotes

More than my dream it was my family’s dream that I play for India and they always supported me.

Fearless doesn’t mean careless. There is a thin line between fearless and careless. I think we need to play fearless.

Failure teaches you a lot more than success.

My batting mentality is to see the ball and hit it. I don’t know what bowlers see while batting.

There is a huge gap between international and domestic cricket. That gap needs to be lessened. Our domestic circuit needs to step up.

I am professional. If I am on the field, I am 100 per cent focused on that. Off the field, I switch off.

When I am in my India jersey, I don’t want to be looking glamorous.

Every time I enter the field, it’s like, ‘Smriti, you have to score.’ And I love that responsibility.

As a cricketer you just can’t sit at one place and do nothing.

I chose cricket as my career when I was 15 or 16 when I scored a century for Maharashtra.

We need to understand that the revenue which we get is through men’s cricket.

When the team is doing well, individual performances don’t count.

In the last two World Cups, I realised that when you put a lot of pressure on yourself, it does not work.

I am a big movie buff. So, I make sure I watch two-three movies a week, not many because I don’t want to get addicted.

I love sleeping, I can sleep for 15 hours a day.

I hate comparisons, just as I hated being compared to my brother and vice-versa.