England vs Australia: Jos Buttler Likely to Skip The Ashes Series 2021-22
Despite playing in the T20 World Cup 2021, Jos Buttler is likely to skip the upcoming Ashes series 2021-22 at the end of this year in December. The wicketkeeper-batsman is considering withdrawing if he is not allowed to take his family as a tour companion in the Australia series. He may not even be in the last two matches against India.
English batsman Jos Buttler has withdrawn from the suspended part of the Indian Premier League (IPL). He has been in bio-bubble for a long time. He has withdrawn from the IPL to be by the side of his child-bearing wife. He said he could stay out of the Ashes if he was not allowed to take his family on a tour of Australia.
Jos Buttler is a regular in the national team as well as in franchise cricket. He is in a game drawn from bio-bubbles during the coronavirus epidemic. Buttler was also away from his family at the time.
English cricketers will not be able to take their Ashes family with them due to the strict policy of the Australian government. There were rumors a few days ago that some England cricketers did not want to go to the Ashes without their families. Buttler can withdraw from the series due to the strict rules of the Australian government.
In this context, Buttler said, ‘Kovid is a challenging issue for everyone. Australia is trying very hard to deal with it. I don’t know what to decide until I know the details about this (Australia tour). ‘
Buttler said mental health is very important for cricketers. Working without a will is quite a challenge. Said, ‘When you don’t have the will, working is a big challenge. I have sacrificed a lot for cricket.
The English batsman said that the family has given him a lot of concessions. For this reason, he also wants to give some concessions. Said, ‘My wife and family have made a lot of concessions for me. You have to be prepared to say ‘no’. If a cricketer thinks they can’t do it, it’s frustrating. But at the moment we are in a situation where it is possible.