Matt Renshaw ready to make a comeback in Australian Test team

image-lb8xb8juRenshaw last played for Australia in 2018 [Source: Twitter]

In-form Queensland batter, Matt Renshaw is ready to make a comeback in the Australian Test team after making key changes to his batting approach.

The 26-year-old has 491 first-class runs this season for Queensland, at an average of 81.83. He played his last of the 11 Test match in 2018, and since then has toiled hard at the domestic level.

With Australian opener David Warner nearing the end of his Test career, and fellow opener Usman Khawaja also at the twilight years, it provides a perfect opportunity for Renshaw to cement his place in the national side, but he just have to be patient.

I am ready for Australia recall: Renshaw

"I am ready for a comeback. The last few years I have definitely re-thought about how I go about my cricket. The Aussie stuff is important, but you can get caught up in your mindset and trying to play for that, rather than just playing for my team and doing well for Queensland."

He added: "That is the big learning I have had, along with enjoying my cricket. If (a Test recall) comes then it comes. It will take care of itself."

In 11 Test matches for Australia, the southpaw has amassed 636 runs, at an average of 33.47 and a highest score of 184.

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