Ellyse Perry opens up on the challenges she overcame to regain fitness ahead of Ashes 2023

Ellyse Perry opens up on the challenges she overcame to regain fitness ahead of Ashes 2023

Ellyse Perry, the acclaimed Australian cricketer, has recently shared insights about her role in the upcoming Women’s Ashes series. The highly anticipated series is scheduled from June 22 to July 18 and will feature renowned players from both Australia and England. Perry’s comments shed light on her contribution and involvement in the contest.

Since making her international debut in 2007, Perry has been a consistent member of the Australian team. Although she missed out on participating in Australia’s gold-winning campaign at the Commonwealth Games (CWG) last year, Perry found a new motivation and successfully returned to the shortest format of the game. Her contribution played a crucial role in Australia’s triumph at the Women’s T20 World Cup in February 2023.

With the absence of captain Meg Lanning, who has been ruled out of the Ashes, Perry’s position in Australia

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  1. […] The very fact that Perry had last played a Test match during January of 2022 and was immediately able to return among the vital runs calls for appreciating the legend that she is. […]

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