Australian opener David Warner believes it will take him at least six to nine months to fully recover from a groin injury but will return to the field on behalf of New South Wales next week. The 34-year-old batsman was injured during the second ODI against India in November. He did not play in the third ODI in Canberra and then in the three-match T20 series and the first two Tests.
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Warner made a comeback in the Sydney and Brisbane Tests against India but was not 100 percent fit. He scored five, 13, one and 48 runs. Warner tweeted on Tuesday, ‘I want to clarify the comment I made while commentating last night.
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David Warner said that the treatment of my groin would still go on and I would have to endure pain for at least six to nine months. I am returning from New South Wales on 4 March 2021.
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