Bangladesh opener Tamim Iqbal said on Thursday that he is having some time off from worldwide T20 cricket for the following a half year. However, he will keep on playing domestic cricket.
It was being earlier reported that Tamim is probably not going to play the most limited format till the following 50-over World Cup in 2023, yet he adjusted his perspective subsequent to having a few gatherings with the board high-ups.
It was discovered that the board asked him not to have some time off till the following World Cup 2023 and on second thought take a vacation for a long time, as it will give them a choice to have him for the impending T20 World Cup, planned for Australia in October.
“For the most recent few days, I am having meeting with BCB president, Jalal bhai (BCB cricket activity executive) and Kazi Inam (BCB chief) and they all needed me to proceed with T20 cricket particularly essentially till the World Cup,” Tamim told journalists at Chattogram on Thursday.
“Be that as it may, my rendition is unique. Everything I can say is that I am not proceeding with T20 global cricket for next a half year. I will zero in on Tests and ODIs during these a half year. We have Test Championship and groundwork for the 2023 World Cup, so I will place all my concentration in this two arrangements.
“Trust that whoever will play in the public group will do as such well that I won’t be needed in worldwide cricket. Following a half year, assuming a circumstance emerges that group the board feels I am needed in the World Cup (T20) and on the off chance that I am prepared, we will talk about.”