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"To be brutally honest, I have just practised hitting sixes," Marsh said. "And that is all I really did before I went away and it seemed to work for me so I will keep doing that."
Marsh's training tactic paid dividends on Australia's T20 tours of the West Indies and Bangladesh in July and August.
The often maligned Marsh, promoted to No. 3 in the batting order, struck four half-centuries, boasted a strike-rate of 124 in 10 innings, and was Australia's best-performed batter on those tours.
But on Thursday, Marsh will return to Perth instead of playing in the WA-SA Sheffield Shield game starting the following day in Adelaide.
And he said he'll continue hitting sixes in a training block ahead of Australia's departure for the T20 World Cup in the United Arab Emirates starting October 17.
Marsh is keen on retaining the first-drop slot despite Australia's star batter and usual No. 3 Steven Smith returning for the World Cup.
"I'm hopeful to be up there but we have got so many good players," he said. "Steve Smith has held that role for a fair while now and he's a fair player that guy.
"Whatever role I get, whether it's batting at number three or floating through that middle order ... I am just going to be really clear on my role and do it to the best of my ability and hopefully that helps Australia win games of cricket."