T20 World Cup 2021: A big update has come out about Australia’s legendary batsman Steve Smith and team captain Aaron Finch playing in the T20 World Cup in limited overs cricket. Due to injury, both of these veteran players may be out of the field for some time now and can be fit for the T20 World Cup to be played in UAE and Oman. Aaron Finch himself gave this information in an interview. Let us tell you that by the end of this week, Australia’s team for the T20 World Cup can be announced. Australia will play its first match in the T20 World Cup against South Africa on 23 October.
Steve Smith suffered an elbow injury in the opening matches of this year’s IPL, after which he has been away from the cricket field. However, now he has started batting practice in the nets at the training ground in New South Wales. At the same time, Finch, who is currently recovering after knee surgery, has also expressed hope of being fully fit before the T20 World Cup.
Smith’s recovery process is going well
Aaron Finch said, “Steve Smith’s recovery process is going very well. He has been slowly working on his batting in the nets for the last two weeks. Keeping the injury in mind, he has also got a time limit during net practice. It is important to take care. He is practicing very carefully so that his elbow injury doesn’t recur.” He also said, “Last time when I spoke to Smith, he told that he is not feeling any pain while batting. Which is a very positive thing. He is very important for us in the T20 World Cup. Huh.”
Finch said this about his own fitness
Finch also talked about himself being fully fit before the T20 World Cup. He said, “I am very confident that I will be fully fit for the T20 World Cup. I have a lot of experience in international cricket so I can easily play good cricket again. I do not mind the lack of match practice. Will have.” He also said, “My knee surgery has been very successful. I am able to walk without any pain, this thing matters most at this stage.”
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