David Warner Injury Update: The Australian opener had played a few test matches against India when he was not at 100%.
Australian opening batsman and Indian Premier League franchise SunRisers Hyderabad captain David Warner continues to strive for 100% match form after sustaining a groin tendon injury in the ODI series against India last year.
While Warner played a few test matches against India, he was not 100%. Talk on Fox cricket On Monday night, Warner said the injury would continue to affect him for the next “six to nine months”.
“Next week I will be taking the throws again,” Warner said on Fox cricket. “[That was] very difficult in recent weeks even trying to throw. Now it’s all about the side (movement), running between the wickets. This will make me worse for the next six to nine months. But I’m sure the medicos will help me there.
Warner, 34, focused on how one should “train your brain” to deal with such an injury at the highest level. Going forward, the injury does not appear to affect Warner from missing competitive cricket.
“You have to teach your brain not to worry about pain and it won’t happen again. It’s just regaining that confidence to be able to go around and run as hard as possible and dive again. It’s more than rushing when you hit, ”added Warner.
David Warner Injury Update
Warner, who has not played cricket since the fourth test against India in Brisbane, has set a deadline to represent New South Wales in a Marsh Cup match against South Australia in Adelaide March 4.
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After playing for his state team, Warner will travel to India for the 14th season of the IPL which is scheduled to begin in April. Despite the uncertainty surrounding his physical form, Warner is highly unlikely to miss the major SunRisers during IPL 2021.
Under Warner, SRH lost to the Delhi Capitals finalists in the second qualifier of the 2021 IPL in the UAE. Top scorer for his team last season, Warner scored 548 points at an average and strike rate of 39.14 and 134.64 respectively.
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