Mitch Marsh, an Australian all-rounder, is now sidelined with an ankle injury and has provided an update on the matter.
The Twenty20 World Cup will soon begin, and the current winners, Australia, will do their best to retain their title even though the tournament will take place in their home country. On the other hand, they are experiencing some injury problems in anticipation of the same. Because of their various injuries, Mitchell Starc, Mitch Marsh, and Marcus Stoinis will not be participating in the tour of India.
The all-rounder from Australia, Mitch Marsh, has emerged as an indispensable member of Australia’s Twenty20 side. He has held the number three spot and was named the tournament’s Most Valuable Player in the most recent Twenty20 World Cup final. Even though he is currently battling an ankle ailment, it is expected that he will play a significant role in Australia’s campaign.
Mitch Marsh is hoping to get back on time for the ICC World T20 2022
In light of the impending Twenty20 World Cup, Mitch Marsh has provided an essential fitness report. Marsh is certain that he will be able to get back into game shape in time for the Twenty20 World Cup in Australia. He argues that the ankle is recovering well and that the damage is not serious at all. Marsh has said that he is not at all concerned about his ankle and that he will soon be back to his normal fitness level.
After the opening of the season in Western Australia on Thursday, Marsh said that his injured ankle was making “very good” progress.
“It’s on the less important end of the spectrum, but with the World Cup coming up, it’s really the only chance to get it perfect for that,” said Marsh.