Melbourne: Australia coach Justin Langer said team veteran David Warner still has not fully recovered from his groin injury. For this reason, there is suspense over his game in the third test against India from January 7th.
David Warner, 34, was injured in the second match of the 3-game ODI Series against India. After that, he stayed out of the third ODI and the 3 matches of the T20 series and the first two test matches.
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In the current 4-game test series, Australia are missing Warner and the team have failed to get off to a good start. Even in the opening rounds of the second Test in Melbourne, the whole team was dismissed for 195 points.
In an interview with Ricky Ponting, Justin Langer said, “There is no one more professional than Warner and they do everything they can. Before the game we saw him practice batting, he also hit at the MCG this afternoon.
Langer said he still hopes Warner will recover from his injury before the third test. He said: “ They are doing well in batting training but there is still a problem in their groin. We know how much the team will benefit from their presence.
In the absence of Warner, the Australian team failed to form a great partnership due to which the coaches are very disappointed. He said, “We can’t catch the game. If you look at the first test and the first rounds of this game, we failed to form a partnership. We need to improve a lot in this area.