Ross Taylor is likely to play in the 2023 World Cup
Ross Taylor wants to prolong his career, he has said several times. Today, Ross Taylor is once again confirming that his goal is to play in the 2023 World Cup. However, the experienced cricketer frankly admitted that the path is very difficult.
This long break from the coronavirus has been a blessing for Taylor. Taylor said she has had the opportunity to rethink herself. Being able to return more refreshed. He told the media that he has set a goal to play in the 2023 ODI World Cup.
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However, the ODI World Cup scheduled to be held in India has been postponed to October-November 2023. So Taylor is skeptical about whether he will be able to cross this three-year-long path.
“Everyone has short and long-term goals and the ODI World Cup is definitely on my radar,” he said. That doesn’t mean I can play there, but it’s definitely one of my goals. “
“ It’s going to be a long way. The best times were February and March. But now the World Cup has been postponed to October-November 2023. Wait another six or seven months. ”
A great record is being set in Taylor’s career. He is just five matches away from playing the most international matches for New Zealand. The right-handed batsman will surpass former captain Daniel Vettori’s record of 436 matches in three Twenty20s and two Tests against the West Indies.