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Sean Abbott broken at Phil Hughes death

Sean Abbott was broken and not able to rebuild his life after delivering the ball that killed Australian batsman Phillip Hughes .Even though Cricket Australia said this young bowler was holding up well given the circumstances. Phil Hughes was died after hit by a bouncer bowled by Sean Abbott in a Sheffield Shield match on Tuesday. Jason Gillespie said that personal and professional life of Sean Abbott had been turned upside down by the unexpected tragedy. Abbott visited St. Vincent's Hospital and he was getting support from cricketing officials and his teammates. Australian captain Michael Clarke and Hughes' sister Megan went out of their way to spend a significant amount of time with him this week. Former Australian Test bowler Stuart Clark also spent some time with Abbott

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