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Fittest XI from the active cricketers of modern era



Over the years, the world of cricket has dramatically changed with the advent of the shorter formats of the game. Apart from their batting, bowling and fielding skills, the team management and fans want their players to be fit to go through the conditions of the game. It has become a major part of the game as it helps to keep them in their rhythm. So, let us have a look at the fittest XI which consists only of active cricketers of the modern era.

1. David Warner

David Warner

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David Warner is regarded as one of the best openers of the modern era along with Rohit Sharma and Shikhar Dhawan. Warner stunningly made his international by smashing 89 off just 43 balls in a T20I match against the Proteas at the MCG in 2009. Apart from his batting, he is a talented fielder who has grabbed stunning catches on the field.

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