Warner regrets rushed comeback from injury
Warner was ruled out of the first two Tests against India after suffering the injury in a one-day match but came back into the side for the last two
Australia opening batsman David Warner said on Wednesday he regretted rushing his comeback from a groin strain during the Test series against India in January, admitting it had probably set back his recovery.
Warner was ruled out of the first two Tests against India after suffering the injury in a one-day match but came back into the side for the last two.
He managed only 67 runs while still hampered by the injury and Australia lost the series 2-1. “It put me back a little bit,” Warner told reporters on Wednesday.
“Looking back in hindsight, I probably wouldn’t have done that.” Warner returns to action on Thursday with New South Wales in a domestic one-day match against South Australia in Adelaide, his first competitive match since India.
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