Ex-Test Australian batsman Marcus Harris won’t let a delayed start to summer jeopardize his national ambitions

The Victorian Cricketers are indeed lagging behind their competitors while claiming a higher spot and have had observed attaining twelve centuries at the beginning duo rounds of the Sheffield Shield. 

Among those hundred scorers were Cameron Green, a Western Australian batsman, and the other astounding batsman Moises Henriques.

They had played an excellent game and so they have been retrieved by Cricket Australia to play in limited over formats for Aussies. It is all their struggle that has resulted positively and assisted them to get back in the squad.

The recent Victorian Coach, who is also the former Australian batsman, Chris Rogers stated that the Victorian had concluded to postpone their opening game and no one had objected against the decision.

This decision was made as to the training and performances of the players had been affected due to the lengthy Quarantine days.

All of them had to undergo 14-days Quarantine in Adelaide. This quarantine was extremely crucial to maintain a safe environment. 

The Victorian coach stated before the game to face South Australia that the players know that they are involved in the team. Eventually, they had concluded as they knew that they wouldn’t be able to give their best if they had played at the provided schedule, due to the lengthy isolation.

Ex-Test Australian batsman Marcus Harris won’t let a delayed start to summer jeopardize his national ambitions
Ex-Test Australian batsman Marcus Harris won’t let a delayed start to summer jeopardize his national ambitions

All the players knew that this is the beginning of something special and crucial. So, the decisions made by them were not objected to by anyone subsequently.

He said that many of them have had performed pretty well in their past games and if they did the same and if played brilliantly in this game, they may have good chances to be in the International Squad.

MARCUS HARRIS

Marcus Harris, a Victorian batsman who has played in a total of nine test games, these games include the ashes tournament of the past year. Unfortunately, Marcus managed to make just a tiny total of 58 runs in six innings.

The English bowling duo Jofra Archer and Stuart Broad had dismissed him five times in the series. He couldn’t encounter them as they bowled around the wicket. 

The coach said that Marcus had done some technical changes in his batting and opened himself. They knew that eventually, this would result positively.  

Marcus had confessed that it was very difficult and he had to get into strange positions to tackle them.  And that he needed some technical changes in his batting skills. He was then advised to hit the ball a bit later.

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