"Pressure is always there but there's no additional pressure. In the past I would like to think that we had buckled under pressure. But in the last T20 and 50-over World Cups we lost in the semi-finals, yes, but were outplayed by better teams," said Duminy at a media interactive session here yesterday.
"We have made big strides. We have competed in those semi-finals and given ourselves a good chance of winning, but unfortunately not got over the line. Hopefully, this time around if we get that opportunity again we would come out on the better side," said the 31-year old batsman who bowls off spin.

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Duminy was of the opinion that teams ranked in the top four (South Africa are No.1) going into these world events are at an advantageous position. He also said that the proliferation of T20 leagues around the world has made this prestigious tournament a more even field.

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