When not selected for World Cup 2023, England’s opener took a big step, gave a big blow to the team

England opener Jason Roy has withdrawn his name from the ODI series against Ireland. Roy told the ECB that he was not ready to play in the series. Let us tell you that recently Jason Roy was shown the way out of the English team selected for the World Cup 2023, due to which the opener is very disappointed. There are also speculations that Roy may announce his retirement any time. Jason Roy played an important role for England in the 2015 World Cup and 2019 World Cup. Anyway, Roy was going to retire from ODI cricket after the 2023 World Cup. It is believed that due to being away from the series against Ireland, he has come closer to the decision of his retirement.
What did the England selector say?
England selector Luke Wright, on Roy’s decision to withdraw his name from the series, said that the opener did not expect that he would be called for this series. Roy was not ready to be selected in the team for the series against Ireland. Suddenly he got the news that he was out of the World Cup and then came to know that he was selected in the team for the series against Ireland. We have made it clear to Jason that whether he played against Ireland or not, we will not bring any bad thoughts to him.

Harry Brook got the place
Let it be known that England had included Harry Brook in the squad for the World Cup in place of Jason Roy. Brook did not get a place in the primary squad, but despite his poor performance against New Zealand, he managed to make it. Roy was out due to a back injury and Malan performed brilliantly at the opening. Because of this, Roy lost his place in the team.