Australian cricketers Steven Smith and David Warner have undertaken their journey on their cricket comeback. The duo who were banned to play cricket for Australia over the ball-tampering scandal, are eyeing out to make a comeback while they have begun their composition with New South Wales before moving to Canada for Global T20 tournament.
David Warner, Peter Nevill and Steve O'Keefe were seen grounding with NSW at Centennial Park in Sydney, while Steven Smith was witnessed talking to children at the Knox Grammar School in Sydney relating to mental health.
Both the players were removed from their duties and have lost to almost five million dollars individually in terms of contracts. They will stay away from playing International cricket till the next March
Besides these two, Cameron Bancroft was also handed a ban of 9 months and was restricted to represent Australia on an International level. They are free to play in domestic tournaments around the world and can even prepare with their state teams.
Steven Smith was also been speckled at the Sydney Cricket Ground nets. Whereas Mitchell Starc, Pat Cummins and Hazlewood are expected to make a comeback after their healing from their injuries.
This will be the first time, David Warner and Smith will return back to the field in the Global T20 Canada event which begins on June 28th.
After completing his Toronto period, the left-handed opening batsman Warner will move to Darwin whereas Smith is anticipated to train privately after the same league.
The former Pakistani legend Waqar Younis will be mentoring Warner at Winnipeg, whereas Smith's Nationals will be mentored by former Windies Coach Phil Simmons.