James Anderson Aiming Indian Pitches, reveals India 2024 tour ambitions, Said I want to go, but…
Despite dropping or not winning the Ashes series at home to Australia, England fast bowler James Anderson expressed his intention to travel India in 2024. Anderson thinks that visiting India would provide him the chance to rebound strongly and significantly contribute to the team's victory.
Anderson only managed to take five wickets in the four Ashes Test matches of 2023, which was a somewhat poor performance. But he has a strong record in India, where he has 34 wickets from 13 Test matches and a 29.32 average.
Anderson stated in a column for the Telegraph, "For me, I just want to take a couple of months off now." He decides to cease bowling nonstop, a regimen he had been doing for the previous few weeks, but plans to keep exercising to stay in shape.
As a seasoned athlete, Anderson is aware of the value of rest to restore his form. He intends to evaluate his performance and physical health in the months to come.
He continued, "In the chats I have had with England, I have said I have not contributed the way I wanted to in this series on the pitch but I feel like I have a lot to offer the team going to somewhere like India in the new year." Anderson appears eager to put his abilities to the test in India's demanding playing environment.
Selectors still have the last say, though. Anderson intends to start bowling again in October, eager to show off his potential. It's been a little off this summer, he said. then anticipate next year.
He does not currently plan to participate in county games in September, giving him more time to devote to becoming fit and training. Fans of Anderson eagerly anticipate his return and can't wait to watch him work his magic on the India trip, demonstrating once more why he is regarded as one of the all-time greats in English cricket.
Expectations for the 2024 tour are high due to his stellar career record. They are hoping for a series filled with outstanding performances that will considerably aid England's triumph in the difficult subcontinent.