We won’t be stopping if the pacers are in perfect condition: The Pat Cummins


In this demanding international schedule, a fast bowler has little time for recovery, according to Australia’s captain Pat Cummins. He went on to say that the all-format pacers will not be taking a vacation in the forthcoming Test series against Pakistan, the West Indies, and New Zealand, despite performing admirably in the Ashes 2023 and the ODI World Cup.

While Josh Hazlewood had been sidelined for some time due to injury, Pat Cummins and Mitchell Starc took a brief break following the Ashes. Now that the pacer is back, Hazlewood may not get enough rest, as the Kangaroos will be playing for a spot in the World Test Championship final.

The captain of Australia stated that none of the pacers will be taking a vacation from the next seven Test matches if they are all totally fit. In white-ball cricket, he anticipates that the players will be able to afford a break, but in red-ball cricket, he hasn’t seen any players offering themselves up for a rest.

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As a bowler, you have to deal with something every single time. When your hamstring begins to hurt, you may have pain elsewhere at first, but by the time you wake up the following day, it may have relocated.

“In actuality, the terms “rest” and “rotated” are used a lot, yet if you are in perfect health, you never miss an exam. Although we may have taken a break from the odd game over the past few years, those little gaps have allowed us to do the majority of the work that we have been able to accomplish. We won’t be relaxing if we are totally fit, Cummins was cited by ESPNcricinfo.

In the meanwhile, earlier in the year, Cummins participated in all five of the Test matches against England. The captain maintained his vow to play every game, even though the other pacers were eventually rested. Now, if their bodies allow it, he anticipates that other pacers will follow suit. They might not, however, be included in the starting lineup as well. Given their success playing Test cricket at home, the management of the team may decide to give Scott Boland and Michael Neser a chance by benching any of the regular pacers.