The 24-year-old tearaway pacer, who has the power to rack up deliveries at 150-plus kmph, has been included in Australia’s 18-member squad for the primary two Assessments of the four-match marquee Border-Gavaskar sequence.
“I’m going to do everything I can to be as ready as possible,” the West Australian was quoted saying by Fox Sports activities.
With Australia’s quickest bowler Mitchell Starc unavailable for the opening Take a look at of the sequence, Morris has a robust probability to put on the Dishevelled Inexperienced.
Morris has been Starc’s understudy and was in Australia’s Take a look at squad throughout their current sequence win over South Africa.
“If we’re talking honestly, that’s probably my best chance of playing over there. We’ll see what happens,” Morris mentioned.
“It’s my first overseas tour in a cricketing sense, so it will be a huge learning experience for me. I’m really excited to go away.”
A uncooked teenager from Dunsborough, in Australia’s west coast within the picturesque Margaret River area, practically three hours from Perth, Morris was picked by Western Australia from the place he made his first-class debut in 2020.
He bagged 12 wickets from 5 video games in his first season. Thereafter, he performed each match of WA’s drought-breaking Protect title-winning marketing campaign final summer time and had 20 scalps.
Morris has added 27 extra wickets to his tally from 5 matches to date this season.
Morris, who has refined his bowling motion with the assistance of former WA bowling coach Matt Mason, had earlier mentioned he’s nonetheless coming to grips with all of it.
“They see me as a strike bowler and I’m probably that replacement for someone like Mitchell Starc who’s bowling fast and intimidating,” he advised cricket.com.au.
“It sounds funny when I say it like that, because I can’t believe we’re actually in the same sentence to be honest.
“However that is the position that I’d come into (if Starc have been to overlook a Take a look at), I assume.
“It’s been a bit of a weird couple of weeks training and staying as ready as possible, knowing that it could happen at some point,” he added.
At the moment representing Perth Scorchers within the Huge Bash League, Morris is placing a steadiness between crimson and white ball cricket.
“It’s just trying to squeeze in loads where I can,” Morris, who has grabbed six wickets in three video games to date, mentioned.
“If I’m playing, then I’ll bowl the four overs and get a few in on top either before or after the game. If I’m on the sidelines, then I’ll be in the nets making sure I’ve got the numbers under my belt,” he added.