At one point, Indian fast bowler Mohammad Sami wanted to commit suicide.


The cricket world has seen Indian fast bowler Mohammad Sami bowling in the fire. It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post. But there is also darkness in his life. He spent most of his life in the dark. In an Instagram live chat with his teammate Rohit Sharma on Saturday, Sami said he had committed suicide three times.

Mohammad Sami said that it took me about 18 months to heal the serious injury I suffered in the 2015 World Cup. He spent that time with great difficulty. Sami said it was one of the hardest times of his life. Then he came back to cricket, Sami said if my family was not by my side at that time, maybe I could not come back to cricket.

Sammy said the feud with his wife began when he established himself in the series against Australia in 2018 with rigorous practice. That dispute reached the court, the police station. Sami said that at that time no one from my family stayed with me for 24 hours. It never left me alone, for I was devastated. Sami thanked his family for this.