Mitchell Swepson frustrated by lack of game time
Mitchell Swepson revealed that being on the sidelines despite being a member of the Australia Test squad for a long time has been the most difficult aspect for him. Especially with Covid-19 around.
Bio-bubbles mean players who were not part of an international eleven could not return to their domestic sides or leagues. While conceding his lack of game experience, Mitchell Swepson, is looking at the broader picture.
Mitchell Swepson on being sidelined
It’s been difficult Swepson said at the team hotel in Karachi on Friday (March 11). COVID has probably been the most difficult aspect of it since he has been away. That’s been aggravating.
In the past, you could be a member of an Australian squad and then travel back to your state or play for your Big Bash side or anything. But that hasn’t been possible for him in the previous few seasons.
Therefore he is certainly short on gaming time, which has been quite irritating. But, he said he would never give up being in this situation and being in a position to play for his nation.
For Mitchell Swepson, it’s just about staying ready and bowling as well as he can in the nets.
Even if he is not playing games, he has got a great group of players and staff around him who I can learn from.
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Bowling stats of Swepson
Mitchell Swepson, who has 154 wickets in 51 first-class games, also has a 3.5 economy rate. It is slightly higher than average for a spinner. However, he has contingency plans in place and is expecting some assistance from the Karachi wicket.
He had mentioned my economic rate and how he was leaking a few too many runs to a lot of people. One way I could tie batters down was to bowl a little faster in the air, pin the batsman on the crease. He still could use his flight and form after building some pressure. That’s something he said he has really improved on.