Eliminated players from the IPL 2023 to reach England early for the WTC: Rohit Sharma
IPL 2023: Rohit Sharma, India's captain, said on Monday (March 13) that India's Test players, who are not part of the IPL 2023 play-offs, could leave for the UK earlier than others to begin preparations for the World Test Championship, captain Rohit Sharma said on Monday (March 13). India, who will take on Australia in the climactic encounter at The Oval from June 7, will face a tough schedule as the upcoming IPL season runs till May 28.
The league phase of the IPL 2023 will end on May 21, 16 days before the championship match begins, and players from the relegated franchises may be sent to the UK immediately afterwards to help them familiarize themselves with the playing environment.
"I don't think it would be a big concern, but of course, I believe that the preparation and only preparation may be the key for us when the final arrives." Around the 21st of May, there will be six teams that will possibly be out of contention for the IPL play-offs, so whatever players are available we will try to find time to get them to the UK as soon as possible and buy time and we will see how much as possible,” said Rohit.
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Barring Cheteshwar Pujara, the rest of India's probable WTC Final roster will be participating in the IPL from March 31.
The current injury problems of the Indian team (Jasprit Bumrah, Ravindra Jadeja, Shreyas Iyer and Rishabh Pant) as well as the return of the T20 tournament to a home-away structure that requires a lot of travel between cities would significantly increase the burden on the players. more important.
The Mumbai Indians captain went on to say that checking these issues will be as important as preparing for in-game details like practicing with the Dukes ball that will be used in England.
Rohit, whose team completed a fourth consecutive series win over Australia, said the neutral conditions in England would create a completely different game between India and Australia, which would not be a foreign neutral for either side. His counterpart in Ahmedabad, Steve Smith, was willing to go into a little more detail about the conditions that can be expected at The Oval in early June.
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