Australia, captained by Tim Paine, were defeated by India at the beginning of the year.
Tim Paine to Undergo Neck Surgery: Before the upcoming Ashes series, Australia’s Test captain Tim Paine is going to undergo surgery. Penn has been suffering from neck pain for a long time. In view of this, a minor surgery of his throat is to be done on Tuesday. It is believed that Penn will be fully fit before the Ashes series.Also Read – Asghar Afghan, angry with Tim Paine’s statement, wrote an open letter, ‘We are playing shoulder to shoulder with the top-10 countries…’
Tim Paine believes he will resume physical activity by the end of September after surgery on Tuesday. After this, if everything goes well in the future, then by the end of October, he can start practicing. The Australian team, captained by Tim Paine, was defeated by the Indian team led by Ajinkya Rahane at the beginning of the year. After this, the demand for removing the pen also started rising. Also Read – Jonny Bairstow, Chris Woakes and David Malan of England removed from IPL 2021
It is being told that the purpose of this surgery of Tim Paine is to fix the problem of ‘vein of his neck’. Due to this pain, he could not do pre-season training with Tasmania.
“There was a general consensus between the ‘spinal surgeon’ and Cricket Australia’s medical team that surgery should be done now,” Penn told cricket.com.au. This will give a lot of time for complete preparation for the summer season. Also Read – Ashes 2021-22: Cricket Australia is trying so that the Ashes should not be postponed during the Corona period
“I hope to resume physical activity by the end of this month and start training fully in October,” he said. I will be ready to take part in the first Test.