Australian opening batsman David Warner feels fit enough to play the 2023 World Cup for Australia. The left-handed batsman said that he has enough power in his legs to run between the wickets till the ICC Cricket World Cup 2023 approaches.
"In the last three years, I'll have had almost two years off, depending on when we play cricket again. The longevity in your body helps. The get-ups of training and playing get harder as you get older but I haven't felt any fitter in my career than I do now” - Warner said about his fitness.
"As the legs get older, time will tell. At the moment I'm feeling as fit as a fiddle and if I can keep running between wickets as well as I have done, who knows. That (2023 ODI) World Cup is the ultimate goal"- he quoted.
Australia will face a heavy cricket schedule that awaits them once the fear of pandemic subsides. The team will begin its training soon in order to play for possible India-Australia home series. Talking about Test cricket, Warner said he might cut down on his T20I stint to play more Test cricket.