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Ben Stokes could miss the T20 World Cup in the UAE. Report says ‘he is currently not thinking cricket’.

Will Ben Stokes Play T20 World Cup 2021? Stokes is currently on an 'endless break' from cricket.

Ben Stokes. (Photo Source: Getty Images) 

English all-rounder Ben Stokes could wind up missing the upcoming version of the T20 World Cup in the UAE in case reports are to be accepted. The cricketer was set to partake in the 2021 Indian Premier League, addressing Rajasthan Royals, yet he pulled out before. Back in July, Stokes put a hold on from cricket to deal with his psychological prosperity.

He is likewise not a piece of the continuous five-match Test series against India. It was likewise discovered that Stokes' break was additionally in regards to his recuperation from his physical issue in his left forefinger which didn't completely recuperate. The T20 World Cup is set to begin a couple of days after the finish of the 2021 IPL and Stokes' support in the occasion is as yet under the mists.  

Passing by sources conscious of the turn of events, ‘Stokes is not even thinking about cricket at the moment’, Daily Mail announced. The England and Wales Cricket Board is set to pick the 15 men squad for the World Cup next Friday and it stays not yet clear if Stokes highlights in it. 

Passing by the ICC manages, a group can pick a crew of 15 and three save players if there should be an occurrence of crisis. It's additionally been discovered that mentor Chris Silverwood and the English selectors could name the crew commonly.

Ashley Giles backs Ben Stokes

Prior when Stokes picked the break from cricket, Ashley Giles, the Managing Director of England Men's Cricket, commended him for showing a great deal of boldness and opening up on his psychological issues. 


“Our primary focus has always been and will continue to be the mental health and welfare of all of our people. The demands on our athletes to prepare and play elite sport are relentless in a typical environment, but the ongoing pandemic has acutely compounded this,” Giles was cited as saying. 

“Spending significant amounts of time away from family, with minimal freedoms, is extremely challenging. The cumulative effect of operating almost continuously in these environments over the last 16 months has had a major impact on everyone’s wellbeing. Ben will be given as long as he needs, and we look forward to seeing him playing cricket for England in the future,” Giles had said.

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