All-rounder Chris Walkers said that although some players have expressed concerns about the Tour’s COVID-19 agreement, England is “urgently” hoping to travel to Australia later this year to participate in its Five Test Ashes series.
After the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) confirmed that the tour met the key conditions before the trip, Woakes was appointed to the England 17-man series, which began in Brisbane on December 8.
Cricket Australia (CA), the European Central Bank, and Australian authorities have been negotiating for months on the conditions of a tour in a country where international immigrants must be quarantined at a quarantine hotel for 14 days, regardless of their COVID-19 vaccination status.
“No player doesn’t want to be part of the ashes,” Vaux told British Broadcasting Corporation.
“Behind the scenes, there are still some problems between the various levels. I think the players are relatively relaxed and the players are eager to leave. But we want to be in the best condition possible so that we can still live our lives in cricket. outside.”
England captain Joe Root had previously expressed doubts about the tournament due to “bubble fatigue”, and Jos Butler had said he might skip the series.
“Until you are in that situation and do this over and over again, the freshness will disappear,” Vaux said.
“Some people understand, some people don’t, which is good-everyone has the right to express their opinions. But unless you experience it for yourself and experience it again, it’s difficult to comment on it,” he said. Add to.