Aaron Finch, captain of the Australian White Ball format, has revealed that he and Steve Smith may be available for the future. T20 World Cup The showpiece event in the UAE is set to begin in October this year.
Both Finch and Smith are currently recovering from injury problems. The latter has already started practicing following some mild medical instructions.
Aaron Finch recently underwent knee surgery and is currently recovering. Addressing cricket.com.au, The opening batsman details his recovery progress and his availability for the T20 World Cup. Finch said:
“I believe in it (getting fit for the World Cup). It will come down to minimal practice of the match, which I think getting old and being around for a long time plays a little bit in my hands. Some injuries where you don’t get much time in the series. I think it will help me. Thing. “
The last time I spoke to Steve Smith, he had no problem batting, so it was a real positive: Aaron Finch
Aaron Finch also confirmed that Steve Smith’s recovery is progressing positively and that he is on track to return to the field soon. On the progress of Smith’s recovery, Finch said:
“It looks like he’s doing very well. I know he’s been increasing his batting time over the last few weeks. Strictly with him, making sure he doesn’t extend his elbow so It’s an obstacle to recovery. It’s an important part of our campaign. “
Steve Smith has already confirmed that he will be available for the Delhi Capitals team during the second phase of the IPL from September to October 2021. Playing in the IPL will be a great match practice for Smith and other Australian cricketers as the World Cup will be held at the same venues later this year.