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The most difficult aspect is that you only have ten overs to bowl, says Pat Cummins


The ICC Cricket World Cup 2023 is accurate, but the international tournament has not been good enough for Australia’s skipper, Pat Cummins. They faced India in the very first match of the ODI World Cup and lost by six wickets.

Talking about the same, Pat came forward to talk about the challenges in the ODI format, which was his first unexpected experience. The 30-year-old captain has explained that they were mainly focusing on the Test and T20 tournaments but had not prepared anything for the CWC [Cricket World Cup]. And also, he had no good expertise in the 50-over competition, and suddenly things changed in his journey.

Pat Cummins started his ODI journey in 2011, and for more than a year, he has only performed in 78 games in the same format. And from where his lot of barriers like confusion, headaches, and many more increase According to the pacer, his tactical format is what really matters in the game.

In the early days of my career, I found it very hard to maintain the balance between Test cricket and T20 tournaments, and I was really disturbed by doing so. But with the one-day cricket tour, handling new roles is as important as anything else, says Pat Cummins on the Cricket channel.

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