Despite the pain of the hammer, his full range of motion after the hip injury remains a pain.
David Warner After a thigh injury, he is still struggling to regain his momentum. That is, he is a suspect in the third trial against India.
Australia coach Justin Langer said on Sunday that Warner was beating the net in preparation for the upcoming game. India in SCG in November.
In both cases, there was an urgent need for Warner to recover, with Australia failing to take Australia’s first steps. That is, they are relying on the bowling alley, which is trying to maintain the front of the house in front of India.
“No one is more professional than this. He is doing his best,” Ricky told Langer at the Seven Lunch. The day before the match, he saw her as a bat. He was beaten again at MCG this afternoon. So, according to his flight, the plane was trying to fly. He still has some problems with his thighs. Yes
“He’s running between the cassettes. He’s getting closer. I hope he gets better. I hope he gets better, but time will tell. We only have a few days left.” “
It was Warner’s Union Joe Bang Last season, Australia was given key positions in Pakistan and New Zealand, and in the absence of Marnus Labuschagne and Travis Head, Boxing Day stood a century against India.
But that’s position is a source of frustration for Langer. When he puts two batsmen in a difficult situation, it is important that they go to partners worth 150 or more.
“Like the first test, it’s like our partners,” Langer said when asked if he was disappointed. “We will not be able to play as well as we could. We had to do a lot better yesterday by looking at your partners at the first test in the first test.
“In the first test, we had 50 partners, and yesterday we had 86 partners. When you had 86 partners, you had to switch to that 150 because to set up the game, so what we can do is different.
Daniel Brettig is the Assistant Editor at ESPNcricinfo. @danbrettig