Williamson, however, wants to continue playing all three formats, while acknowledging that the amount of cricket in the calendar is a challenge he will need to manage going forward.
“Yes, I like all formats, for different reasons, and actually playing all three and switching between them is a challenge that’s enjoyable,” he told ESPNcricinfo in an interview provided by Prime Video. . “But having said that, there’s a balance to strike just in terms of normal volume. [of cricket]and this is important.
“Everybody has a bit of a challenge from it, certainly some players who have done it for a long time, and you’re always trying to clarify that direction – to stay fresh and on top of that. To focus on what’s most important to you. Joining any team. Yeah, always wanting to oversee the space as much as you can.”
Williamson said he doesn’t actively think about the transition New Zealand will soon be going through, and feels it’s important for players to stay in the moment and contribute as best they can while still being active. .
“You hope as long as you’re here, and as a team, and with everyone else involved, trying to do as much as you can, to grow and grow the game. “For, it’s a real effort to try and play. Play to the best of your ability, try and improve as much as you can as a player, and hopefully that’s the kind of cricket we have.” There will be increased depth,” Williamson said.
“But just focusing on what’s in front of you is what’s really important, and in the coming years there will be a transition, or maybe even a little earlier transition – it always is, in professional sports. That always happens, and whoever the next group or crop is, I’m sure they will have plenty of motivation to improve as a team and go even further as a side.”