James Anderson, England’s Test pacer feels that break from the game due to coronavirus pandemic may extend 1 or 2 year in his career.
England’s all-time leading wicket taker in Test cricket, Anderson, thinks that he is completely fit and ready to play after recovering from the hip injury.
James Anderson said that “I got up to speed quite quickly. I’m off my full run-up and I feel like I’m ready to play now,” Anderson said while speaking to Tailenders podcast. “This unwanted break somewhere gives me an extension of a year or two in my career,”
He added that “I’ve really enjoyed being back and as odd as it is just bowling into a net, with not many people around, it’s still nice to be back and playing cricket,”
Anderson also said that “I bring all the kit myself my bands and med balls to warm-up with and I’ve got my own cricket balls which I don’t normally have. I have a quick lap around the outfield and then straight into the nets. I bowl a few overs and then get straight back in the car and go home,”
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