Sunday, December 28, 2014

Clarke is very confident at playing in the cricket world cup 2015

Australian injured captain Michael Clarke is very confident of making a comeback to international cricket after undergone a surgery on his torn leg hamstring. The 33-year-old is worried with a stark warning that the injury sustained during the first Test against India in Adelaide can cut short his big cricketing life.
Michael Clarke cricket world cup 2015

But now, Clarke gave a positive assessment after the operation."The biggest thing now for me is getting back on the field and to cricket world cup 2015. I have been recommended by medical staff that I am in good condition as I can be a week after undergoing the surgery," Clarke assisted that he will ready for world cup that starts in Australia and New Zealand on Feb 14."There is no swelling and no pain when I walk. I can't wait to begin second stage of the rehab process which involves me to run again."He offered strong support to other experienced players like Brad Haddin, Shane Watson and Chris Rogers who were under pressure for weak performances in the four match test series against India. Australia is leading India 2-0 ahead of the third Test in Melbourne which starts on Friday "It is very crucial to have experienced guys like these in a team when you're bringing other youngsters. I hope all three of them are will fly to England for next year's Ashes series”. He added

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