LONDON: Britain Test chief Ben Stirs up has managed himself out of the group's T20 World Cup title protection, the Britain and Ribs Cricket Board (ECB) reported on Tuesday.

The 32-year-old will skirt the competition in the US and the West Indies to ensure he is fit to be a completely fledged all-rounder in Test cricket.

"Quitting the IPL (Indian Chief Association) and the (T20) World Cup will ideally be a penance that permits me to be the all-rounder I need to be for years to come," Stirs up said in an ECB proclamation.

Stirs up's withdrawal was something of an unexpected given that, when inquired as to whether he would partake in the T20 World Cup in June, he said he had "That's what not even pondered yet I'm free".

It is perceived Stirs up has not experienced any mishaps after momentarily getting back to bowling last month during a Test visit through India, where Britain lost a five-match series 4-1.

There is no waiting distress in his left knee following a medical procedure in November.

In any case, despite the fact that he has for quite some time been one of Britain's driving multi-design cricketers, Stirs up has chosen to focus on his job as Test skipper.

He desires to have the option to assume a full part with both bat and ball during six Tests — three against the West Indies and three against Sri Lanka — in the forthcoming home season.

The primary Test against the West Indies at Master's beginnings on July 10, under about fourteen days after the June 29 T20 World Cup last in Barbados.

"I'm trying sincerely and zeroing in on building my bowling wellness back up to satisfy a full job as an all-rounder in all organizations of cricket," Stirs up said.

"The new Test visit through India featured how a long ways behind I was according to a bowling perspective after my knee medical procedure and nine months without bowling.

"I'm anticipating playing for Durham in the Region Title before the beginning of our Test summer."

'Terminating ON ALL Chambers'

ECB CEO Richard Gould, addressing correspondents at The Oval later Tuesday, said: "It was perfect to see him (Stirs up) bowl in India for a short spell, yet that presumably has recently let him know the amount he actually needs to do regarding his body.

"I believe it's perfect for English cricket he has that aspiration and he's had his knee arranged.

"Presently he will ensure that he's blowing up all chambers since he's as yet a moderately young fellow with regards to cricket." Stirs up was

a focal figure as Britain won the 2022 T20 World Cup in Australia.

The left-given batsman's 42 against Sri Lanka in Sydney brought Britain into the knockout rounds, while his unbeaten 52 — his initial fifty in worldwide T20 cricket — got triumph over Pakistan in the last in Melbourne.

Stirs up deferred a procedure on a longstanding passed on knee issue to play in last year's 50-over World Cup in India, where defending champs Britain experienced a humiliating way out before the knockout stages subsequent to winning only three of their nine gathering games.

In the wake of going through a medical procedure toward the finish of last year, Stirs up was a consistently present in Britain's loss in India.

Following the Test series at home toward the West Indies, Britain will visit Pakistan and New Zealand.