Liam Livingstone, The Hundred

England all-rounder Liam Livingstone has said that he wants to be the best power-hitter in the world after establishing himself as one of the most destructive batters in world cricket. He shone as an all-rounder within the current T20 World Cup by way of a mixture of leg-spin and off-spin.

The 28-year-old has 252 runs in 14 T20Is for England including a century at a strike rate of 165.78. In 160 T20 matches, Livingstone has 4038 runs at a strike rate of 144.73 with 239 sixes to his name and two centuries. Currently playing in the Abu Dhabi T10 league, Livingstone touched upon some facets of power-hitting and how he wants to keep improving himself.

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I Wish To Turn Out To Be The Very Best Power-Hitter On The Planet: Liam Livingstone

Livingstone was part of the England T20 World Cup 2021 squad and has been marked as a future star, thanks to his 42-ball T20I century against Pakistan at Trent Bridge, which is the fastest by any England batter in the T20I format.

When asked about how he developed his power-hitting, Liam said:

“All people has obtained a distinct technique and various things work for various individuals. If I attempt to copy Andre, I would not be as efficient as he can be if he tried to repeat me. The essential factor is we must always try to be the very best model of ourselves. Hopefully, over the subsequent what years I can hold growing my energy recreation. In the end I wish to turn out to be the very best power-hitter on the planet. I’m a good distance off from that. Within the final 12 months, all I’ve seemed to do is to play optimistic cricket. It has labored. I’ll proceed to try this within the subsequent 12 months.”

'I Want To Be The Best Power-Hitter In The World': Liam Livingstone
Liam Livingstone. (Credits: Twitter)

He further added that batters need to settle in quick-time in T20 cricket and take advantage of every opportunity they get as in this fast-paced cricket, golden days are seldom.

“One thing you need to settle for in short-format cricket, that you will have many dangerous days and solely a few good days. So you need to admire the nice days after they come. I do know for an incontrovertible fact that if I have an excellent day, there’s a probability my workforce goes to win. That is a very nice factor to have as a participant, that you could be a match-winner on a given day. That is what individuals need around the globe in T20 cricket,” he said.

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