Winning a series in India a bigger success than winning the Ashes: Australian players
Australia’s top players including Steve Smith and David Warner, who are set to take part in a four-Test series in India, feel a series win in this country is a bigger achievement than winning the Ashes. The four-match series between the two countries will begin in Nagpur from February 9. In a video released on ‘cricket.com.au’, Australia players talked about the challenges of India tour. In this video, Smith said, “Leave the series, winning Tests in India is also challenging.” If we are able to do this then it will be a big deal. I think if you win a Test series in India, it is a bigger success than winning the Ashes.
Veteran opener Warner said he is looking forward to playing against the best spinners in the world. “It was great to be a part of the last Ashes but going to India and beating India in India is the toughest challenge for us in Test cricket. I’m looking forward to the tour, it’s always a tough test. On this tour, I am ready to test myself against the best spinners in the world.
Fast bowler Josh Hazlewood said, “It has been a long time since Australia has won a Test series in India. It’s everybody’s target in world cricket to try and win in India. is similar to.
Starc and his skipper pacer Pat Cummins are looking to win the Ashes in India and later in England later this year. Starc said, “If we win the Ashes on India tour and England tour, it will be a great achievement. Cummins said, “Winning a series in India is like winning the Ashes in England. However, I would consider this a bigger achievement than the Ashes. If we win here, it will be a great career achievement.