Xtra Time Web Desk: England Test Leader Joe Root said Friday his best is yet to come. Root, who was one of the most consistent batsmen in world cricket in 2021, has so far won nearly 800 rounds in 12 rounds with an average of roughly 67. He scored two hundred, one of them coming against India in the first Test in Chennai. In an interview with the Daily Mail, the England captain claimed that his best was yet to come and that he wanted to score big hundreds to help his team win.
“I definitely feel like the best is yet to come. I want to get more series like Beginning this Winter, and produce those hundreds of great ones that will help you win series,” Root told the Daily Mail.
According to Root, “I’ve worked hard in some aspect of my game, the mental side as well as the technical side. I feel more in control, like I’m playing ball later. That, to me, is the art of hitting – if I can keep your head and hands close to Each other as much as possible, you give yourself a better chance. I hope to have a prosperous year. “
The Yorkshire hitter made no secret of his disappointment at losing the 1-3 Test series to India after leading 1-0 in Chennai.
“I feel like I’ve grown a lot in the last year or so, and now I have a good handle on things. Obviously I’m disappointed with the way India ended, but I feel we’re making great strides as a test group, and we’re approaching an exciting phase of the Games, which is It can really make us thrive, ” Root said.
Root will have a chance to avenge the series’ loss to India as both sides face off against each other in a five-test series starting August 4.
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