Mon. Dec 5th, 2022
SYDNEY: Australia fast bowler Mitchell Starc He thinks the game’s hectic schedule will force him to give up white ball cricket at some stage to extend his testing career.
The left-arm fast is among Australia’s all-format players to go to a three-game one-day series. England Four days after the end of the Down Under T20 World Cup.
Starc’s 4-47 gave Australia an undisputed 2-0 lead over the reigning T20 and ODI world champions England in Saturday’s ODI series, earning him the player of the match award as well.
“It’s absolutely impossible to play every game as a three-format player right now,” said the 32-year-old Australian, who hasn’t played in the Indian Premier League (IPL) since 2015 to keep up his workload. Rush to victory in Sydney.
“Having it to rest (IPL time) can help me keep bowling at reasonable speeds for a while.
“(But) I don’t think playing three formats is something I can do for a long time.”
While looking to play in the next T20 World Cup, which will be jointly hosted by the West Indies and the United States, stark He said that test cricket was very important to him.
“Tests are always first (priority) … far beyond the white ball,” he said.
“As I go back, I will decide where my body is and how I feel about it.
“With selection and form pending, I would love to continue playing test cricket as long as I can.”