English middle-order batsman Jason Roy is ready for ICC World Cup-19 and Ashes late at this year. Moreover, Jason Roy is hopeful for the World Cup, their campaign beginning on 30 May against South Africa at The Oval.
England’s World Cup-19 campaign
Moreover, Roy insisted his main focus is on the World Cup but believes impressive performances at the premier event might have the bonus effect of getting him an Ashes spot. “My main focus is on the World Cup, looking to play the best cricket possible and hopefully win it.”. And added, “That is the best way to push my case. If I score the volume of runs that I want to score then I’ll get myself noticed.”
Roy has left no stone unturned in preparation for the World Cup. He learned his lessons from the past when after excursions at the IPL. He was burnt out for the Champions Trophy 2017.” Jason Roy added with his newborn baby, “This is my first kid so it is more important than any cricket. That was my choice. I also didn’t want a repeat of 2017 when I burnt myself out before the Champions Trophy.”
Jason Roy asserted with IPL-19, “I went to the IPL [in 2017] which was an awesome opportunity for me but I spent a lot of time on the bench and training, maybe overtraining, and I was definitely burnt out. And conclude with, “That affected my form heading into the Champions Trophy, and with a child on the way and the World Cup coming I couldn’t risk that this year.”
Therefore, English middle-order batsman Jason Roy is ready for ICC World Cup-19 and Ashes late at this year. England’s World Cup campaign begins on 30 May against South Africa at The Oval.