While treating his recovery from a right knee injury on a “week-to-week” basis, Kane Williamson has not given up on the idea of participating in New Zealand’s 2023 ODI World Cup campaign.

Williamson, who suffered an ACL tear while playing for Gujarat Titans against Chennai Super Kings on March 31 and underwent surgery in early April, said his top objective was to make sure the knee healed properly.

Williamson stated on Monday that he was “basically just trying to keep it week-to-week at the moment.” The trip is a bit of a lengthy one, so if you look too far ahead, it probably can become a little bit intimidating, according to other people who have had long-term injuries.

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“However, taking each week as it comes, crossing off those tiny milestones and enjoying those little victories. However, you must also be aware that the voyage won’t be entirely trouble-free and that you may encounter some obstacles along the way.

Williamson played a crucial role in New Zealand’s batting unit . As they advanced to the ODI World Cup final in both the 2015 and 2019 tournaments. However, they failed to cross the finish line on both occasions. Falling to Australia in 2015 and England in 2019 in thrilling Super Overs.

Williamson, 32, who has 6554 runs in ODIs at an average of 47.83. Said the current level of his training was “elementary” and that he was eager to go back into the nets.

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Spending a little time with some of the other guys who are training is simply amazing. He continued, mixing up all the gym activity, physio work, and rehab-specific activities.
“Probably more for sanity and changing things up,” he remarked. Undoubtedly really ready to return to the nets.

The World Cup will held in India in October and November.