Cameron Bancroft Confident in his Relationship with Australia’s Bowlers

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Cameron Bancroft has said there are no lingering issues with Australia’s bowlers from the 2018 Cape Town Test, including current captain Pat Cummins. Bancroft, the top Sheffield Shield run-scorer in the last two years, could potentially open for the West Indies series after David Warner’s retirement. Although Cummins is not a selector, Bancroft is confident that enough time has passed for everyone to move on and play together.

Bancroft emphasized that Cummins is a professional and believes he would make a logical decision about the team. He also stated that he has interacted with the players multiple times in the past couple of years and feels that everyone has moved on from the past. Bancroft stressed that he has also moved forward in his career and personal development, which he feels aligns with the Australian cricket team’s progress.

While Bancroft was back in the Test side after his ban, he was dropped after two Tests in the 2019 series against England. However, his form over the last two years has made a strong case for a recall.

Bancroft acknowledged that he has made mistakes in his career and has learned from them. He expressed his dedication to the sport and emphasized his focus on excelling as an opening batter, despite acknowledging that it is ultimately not his decision. He also pointed out that every player has a unique way of playing cricket.

Overall, Bancroft expressed his commitment to putting his lessons into practice for the benefit of his country and his own development as a cricketer and person.

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