The Australian captain for white-ball cricket, Aaron Finch, will not be saying goodbye to international cricket until and unless he will not be a participant of the World Cup 2023. The player has decided to continue playing till the mega-event in India.
Aaron finch plans to continue cricket till World Cup 2023, will bow down later
“My end date at this stage is the World Cup final of the 2023 World Cup in India,” he told SEN.
“That’s my goal and I’m sticking to it. That’ll see me through to 36 (years old), obviously with form and everything permitting, and injuries,” he added.
“If I thought I was going to be pushing it to get to that date, this break has confirmed that I’ll be ready to go right through to that period.”
The player has notably been named as the skipper for his side against the upcoming T20I and ODI series against England to be played at Manchester and Southampton. The Australian skipper also led his side till the semifinal of the World Cup 2019. He also played under Michael Clarke in the mega-event back in 2015 when Aussies won on their homeland.
The player has said that the lockdown has made him more determined towards cricket instead of snatching his motivation and he wants to play the games more impatiently.
On the other hand, Finch’s fellow, David Warner has also targetted the World Cup 2023 as his last international cricket as he will be declaring retirement probably.
The 2023 edition of the World Cup will take place in October and November in place of February and March. However, India are also to host World Cup 2021.