Stuart Broad not looking too far ahead | Cricket News

Veteran dressmaker Stuart Broad said his focus is solely on maintaining his fitness and being in peak physical condition for the rest of his career. England career, adding that he’s not looking too far ahead at next year’s Ashes series against Australia.
The 36-year-old, who has returned to the England squad under new manager Brendon McCullum and captain Ben Stokeshelped the team win six of their seven Tests this summer by taking 29 wickets.
Earlier this week, McCullum said Vast will be part of the England squad for next year’s Ashes, along with 40-year-old James Anderson.
“I’m always someone who needs new challenges and I’ve always maintained that if I don’t work on something…my training becomes stale and I become stale as a competitive athlete,” Broad wrote. in his Mail On. Sunday Chronicle.
“It’s left me excited for the rest of my career in England. And that’s not to say we have to look to next year’s Ashes. We’ve made that mistake before. (McCullum) actually has a saying ‘let’s play where your feet are,’ and that’s been one of our strengths all summer.
“We stayed in the moment. So all I can think about is going into the next test game I play, the fittest I’ve ever been. At 36, that’s important enough to say.”
England will play a three-game Test series against Pakistan in rawalpindiMultan and Karachi in December, after the Twenty20 World Cup in Australia.

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