Australian star batsman Steve Smith says that despite not batting for months, he is in the best time of his career in terms of fitness. Smith, the number one Test batsman who has been away from international cricket since March 2020, began practice with New South Wales on Monday. Smith is preparing to play the one-day series against Zimbabwe in August.
During this time Smith said, "I think I have done pre-season for the last few months. Maybe I am in my career best shape, ran a lot and did a lot of gym. This is the result of the hard work of the last few months and Now I'm back with the boys, which is great. " Smith continued, "I have not even put my hand to the bat. I did some drills at home but that's it. I tried to stay away from it a little bit more often than not. I am focusing on myself and honorably But getting stronger and fresher. "
He said, "It is a little different, but I am sure that in future it will prove to be a good opportunity to freshen up after the World Cup, Ashes and busy season. I am fresh and ready for the game." Had the international cricket not been hit by the Corona virus, Smith would have gone to play a two-match Test series in Bangladesh with his team after finishing the IPL. Smith is one of the six players involved in Cricket Australia's contract who will join the New South Wales squad on Monday. Which includes David Warner, Michelle Stark and Nathan Lyon. This squad will be divided into four groups, which will exercise in the indoor gym.
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