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Reece Topley eyes next year’s T20 WC in Australia


Reece Topley eyeing next year’s T20 WC in Australia. left-arm pacer Reece is hoping to use the BBL. As a launching pad to make it into England’s first-choice squad.

Reece Topley As A Replacement :-

Recently, At the time of the T20 World Cup in the United Arab Emirates. Reece Topley was a late addition to England’s squad as a replacement for the injured Tymal Mills.

He has never played in the BBL before and played just one England Lions List A game in Australia in 2013. But he hopes for a full season. The Melbourne Renegades will put him on solid footing for next year’s World Cup.

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“It’s clearly an opportunity and it’s one that I look forward to taking and hopefully try and charge the right people,” Topley said. “But known, being in Dubai, I felt I was ready if the opportunity came.

Unfortunately, that never happened. But, you know, it was good when I got out there. And it was about to happen. A great opportunity to get some playtime after being apart for a month or two.”

Apart from not getting the opportunity to play, Tople found his experience in the UAE invaluable. He was particularly grateful to have spent some time with Chris Woakes and new Surrey T20 captain and Sydney Sixers recruit Chris Jordan.

“Being around someone like Chris Jordan, trying to flesh things out is how he goes about it in the various positions of death and the game,” Reece Topley said.

“Even with someone like Vokesi bowling at the summit, if you keep people around you in the changing room why not you.”

A Special Connection To The Club :-

Rees joins the Renegades for the upcoming BBL, having spent two summers in Melbourne in prolonged rehabilitation from a series of back injuries with a special affinity for the club.

His career came to a halt after making his T20I debut against Australia in Cardiff in 2015 and playing international cricket, including the 2016 T20 World Cup the following year.

But a visit to Melbourne in 2018-19 provided him. With an excellent opportunity to train with Victoria on an Adhoc basis. While he continued his rehab and remains a fond memory as the Renegades won the BBL title that year.

Reece Topley said, “I know some people in and around Melbourne and I’ve trained with Victoria several times. And know there were some Renegades players around her.”

“So I know a lot of people very well which is good. Known, you’re coming into this environment, have already built relationships with a lot of people.

“To be honest, I was bowling only in the nets here. I am lucky to be a bowler because you know everyone would love a net bowler. If I were a batsman who would tell people to charge on me. So I don’t think I would be equally famous.

I Am Always Ready To Bowl To Anyone :-

But I was always ready to bowl to anyone who wanted to have a net around here. And that really helped me especially when it’s cold in England. It’s great to bowl in the nets out here and indoors Bowling where it’s cold.”

Topley is looking forward to working with new coach David Secker and bowling coach Mick Lewis. Especially on the right lengths and variations in Australia.

But more than anything, he’s just happy to get fit and playback in form.

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“I’m really happy where I am,” Reece Topley said. “I think playing continuously for three years like summer, winter, summer, winter. that is obviously a big question. But I am glad that I have been able to answer it by playing continuously and staying injury-free in comparison.

Obviously, as a bowler, probably the biggest battle you face most of the time is getting fit. But I think being fit and accessible and then playing is strongly helping me grow.”

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