Australian Bowler Adam Zampa Feels World Cup 2019 Didn’t Go His Way
Australian player Adam Zampa will be seen in Marsh Cup 2019 who made the last appearance for Australia in the ICC World Cup 2019. He didn’t have a good performance in that World Cup. He only played four matches and picked five wickets. On Monday (23rd September), he spoke about his performance during the World Cup 2019. He said that he was a bit disappointed and also blamed the weather conditions for his upsetting performance.
Zampa had a low output in the field during the World Cup 2019. He was best against Afghanistan where his states were 3/60. His bowling level got deteriorated in next matches. Against West Indies, he picked only one wicket and bowled 10 overs. He was badly beaten by India as he granted 50 runs in six overs similarly was against Bangladesh. For next matches, he was replaced by and missed six games and also the semi-final.
“I suppose the way the World Cup went people expected the leg-spinners to have a different tournament to what they did,” Zampa said Monday. “The weather didn’t help it, the wickets weren’t as dry as we expected them to be. But, yeah, personally it didn’t go the way I felt it should.”
Zampa is consistent in domestic cricket
The player is continuously playing in domestic cricket and is looking forward to Marsh Cup 2019. He discussed his bowling style. Zampa has opined that he will not change his style as he has constantly shown good performance in one-dayer.
I’m not going to change too much,” he said. “I’ve had a good few years in one-day cricket, particularly at the domestic level. I’m pretty consistent, so I’m going to keep it pretty simple and do what I’ve always done, pretty much.”
South Australia will play the first match against Queensland on September 24. Adam Zampa playing for South Australia detects that to win the match, his team will have to take the wicket early. Queensland played its first match on September 22 where they won the match by four wickets.
“It’s important to take wickets early against Queensland,” Zampa said. “They’ve got dangerous guys throughout. “He’s got some presence at the moment, Kezza. The way he’s playing with the bat, the way he’s kept for the last few years too, he’s one of those guys who keeps getting better and better.”