Cricket is almost closed all over the world due to Corona virus epidemic and all the cricketers are imprisoned in their homes away from the field. The 13th season of the Indian Premier League has already been postponed indefinitely due to Corona, and due to Corona, the T20 World Cup due later this year is also under threat. Meanwhile, Australia opener David Warner has made a big statement. Warner says that in the last 3 years, he has had to stay away from cricket for 2 years.
“I have got a break of about two years in the last three years, it also depends on when we play cricket again,” Cricket.com quoted AU as quoting Warner. He said, “As you get older it is very difficult to train, play, but I have never felt as fit as I am right now.”
Let me tell you, during the Test series on South Africa tour in 2018, Steve Smith and David Warner were banned in the ball tempering case. Smith and Warner were banned for 1–1 years, which ended in March last year. Smith and Warner were unable to be part of the Kangaroo team in the home series against India due to this ban. In this series, India had a historic win of 2–1.
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He went on to say, “As you get older, feet make a sign of this. I feel quite fit at the moment and if I could run between the wickets like I used to run earlier, then who would know that 2023 ODIs Let the World Cup be the goal. “
Meanwhile, Warner has also indicated to stay away from the T20 World Cup to be held in India next year. He said that many young players are in line to join the team and are waiting for their chances. The left-handed batsman said, “If you are playing well and giving your best for the team and helping the team, then I think you should continue the game.”
(With IANS inputs)
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