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Regarded as the quickest English bowler in recent times, Tymal Mills was RCB's highest buy at the 2017 IPL Auctions. The left arm pacer hurries the batsmen with his extra yard and says that he only loves bowling fast. He can easily bowl over the 90 mph mark and at the same time, mix his pace to confuse the batsmen.
The left seamer started his cricket for Essex as a 19 year old and went onto play for the England Lions and the England Performance Programme team. Though his pace kept terrorising the batsmen, his stats couldn't help him make it to the England team. So in an attempt to resurrect his career, Mills moved to Sussex in 2014 after failing to give justice to his talent at Essex.
A back injury in 2015 almost ended his dream of playing cricket. Thoughts of retirement at a young age of 22 started to surface but Mills did not give into it. He fought back and ensured that he kept living his dream. He changed his desire from leading England's attack in the longest format to becoming a white-ball specialist. In 2016, he was finally called up to play against Sri Lanka in the shortest format at Southampton. Since then, he has established himself as a death overs specialist and plays T20 leagues across the world.