I love all the formats, for different reasons: Kane Williamson
Kane Williamson has hinted at taking a break from one of the three formats (Source: Twitter)
New Zealand's skipper Kane Williamson has been a solid cog in the side for a long period of time. However, his approach in the limited overs format has raised a lot of questions regarding his future in white-ball cricket.
Trent Boult, Williamson's teammate, recently declined NZC's central contract so that he could be selective about the formats he wants to play for his country. Williamson also has the option to go down that path but he sees the challenge of playing in all three formats as an enjoyable one.
"Yeah, I love all the formats, for different reasons, and in fact playing the three and changing between them is a challenge that is enjoyable, But having said that, there is a balance to strike in terms of just general volume [of cricket], and that's important,"
"Everybody is a little bit challenged by that, certainly some of the players that may have done it for a long time, and you're always looking to be clear with that direction - to stay fresh and focused on what is most important with your involvement in any team. Yeah, always looking to monitor that space as well as you can."
Kane Williamson is already in his 30s and New Zealand will have to go through a transition soon. However, the skipper isn't looking too far ahead and wants to deliver his best in whatever he is doing at present.