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Kieswetter opted out of cricket world cup 2015 due to eye problem

England wicket-keeper-batsman Craig Kieswetter will not be part of England team in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 as he was not recovered completely from an eye injury while batting for Somerset against Northamptonshire in a County game in July 2013. Kieswetter was so good at short format cricket broke his nose and damaged an eye socket and cheekbone by delivery from Northamptonshire's all-rounder David Willey. "It is really disappointing for me but my eye is not good in vision and this of course is critical in maintaining the level of performance that I expect of myself”, he said. Kieswetter played for Warriors in the Ram Slam T20 tournament.He suffered with his vision during the tournament and after consulting with eye specialists, Kieswetter decided to opt out from ICC cricket world cup 2015


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