Australia chooses Ricky Ponting as right hand mentor for the World Cup

Previous Australian chief Ricky Ponting will be right hand mentor Justin Langer at the World Championships in England this late spring.


Ponting assumed a comparative job with the Twenty20 group in his nation and was a piece of the Australian group’s one-day preparing group in England the previous summer.

The 44-year-old, who won the World Cup multiple times as a player, will concentrate on the joke of the ODI group.

His arrangement pursues the abdication of right hand mentor David Saker.

Ponting will go up against his job after Australia’s one-day voyage through India.

“I have made the most of my past transient jobs with the ODI and T20 groups, however the World Cup has a totally unique significance for me,” he said.

“I have enormous trust in the players accessible to the selectors and I realize we will be difficult to beat like some other group in the World Cup this year.”

The 2019 World Cup starts on 30 May and Australia holders begin their guard against Afghanistan on 1 June in Bristol.

Ponting won the competition without precedent for 1999, preceding turning into the Australian hero in the successive World Cup triumphs in 2003 and 2007.

The Tasmanian scored 13,704 races in 375 internationals every day as a player.

“Ricky recognizes the stuff to win the World Cup,” said Langer.

“I realize he will be a decent tutor for the batting group, yet additionally for the more extensive group, as we concentrate on shielding our World Cup title.”

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