Steve Smith, who rocked the Ashes, will take a break from cricket
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Australia cricket team batsman Steve Smith scored 774 runs while batting in the Ashes series. England won the last match of the series to equal 2–2 but the Ashes Trophy (Ashes) was awarded to Australia for the last time they won the series. Smith's batting was instrumental in Australia's victory. After a long series of Ashes, now this batsman wants to take a break and rest.
Speaking to the media, Smith said
Speaking to the media after the last match of the series, Smith said, "Whatever I could have given, I gave it while living here in the last four and a half months. Today, I do not have much left to give. I am exhausted physically and mentally, now thinking of rest for the next few weeks. I would like to return fully refreshed for Australia's next campaign. "
Smith has become the number one batsman in the ICC Test rankings on the back of his superb batting. On the batting in the England series, he said, "When I returned to the ground, I got a very good greeting, it would have been nice if I had been able to score some more runs."
Returning to the cricket field after the ban has not been easy
Steve Smith, returning from a one-year ban during the Ashes series, single-handedly made several matches for Australia. Smith scored 774 runs in seven innings at an average of 110 and was the highest run-scorer in the series.