New Delhi: Australia cricketer David Warner has already set his sights on the ICC World Cup 2023 presently scheduled to be performed in India.
The 33-year-outdated revealed that is the fittest he has felt in a very long time and the enforced breaks have helped his trigger.
Warner was banned from the sport for one 12 months for his half in the notorious Cape Town ball-tampering scandal in 2018. After serving his suspension, he returned to worldwide cricket earlier than sporting actions ceased worldwide resulting from coronavirus pandemic.
“In the last three years I’ll have had almost two years off, depending on when we play cricket again,” Warner was quoted as saying by cricket.com.au.
“The longevity in your physique helps. The get ups of coaching and taking part in will get more durable as you become older however I haven’t felt any fitter in my profession than I do now.
“As the legs become older time will inform. At the second I’m feeling as match as a fiddle and if I can hold working between wickets in addition to I have achieved, who is aware of. That (2023 ODI) World Cup is the final purpose,” he added.
Warner additionally hinted that he may step away from the shortest format after ICC T20 World Cup 2021 in India. He instructed that a variety of proficient younger cricketers are ready in the wings for his or her probability of taking part in at the highest stage.
“If you’re playing as good as you can and doing the best you can for the team and you’re helping and benefiting them, I think you do want to keep playing as long as you can,” Warner stated.
“There’s back-to-back Twenty20 World Cups, and I started my career with Twenty20 cricket, and I think it’s important we’ve got younger kids coming through and they get a sniff and a chance of playing at this level as well.”