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Finch’s knee surgery looms large before T20I World cup

Australia’s white-ball captain and batting mainstay Aaron Finch is flying home early from Barbados  in order to go for a serious knee surgery. He had played the T20Is vs West Indies with an injured ligament but had reaggravated it in the last game.


Finch is currently missing the 3 match ODI series vs West Indies. And will also miss the Bangladesh T20Is in a bid to get his knee surgery done. At the earliest so that he is fit for the T20I world cup. Finch’s  knee surgery looms large before T20I World cup.

Finch's knee surgery looms large before T20I World cup
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It is not as easy as it sounds as regards to getting fit for the World cup which is just over 2 months away,  after a serious knee surgery.  After reaching Australia he will be under a mandatory 14-day quarantine. Due to covid norms before finally reaching home and going ahead with his surgery. 


After the surgery is successfully done Finch will go through a rehabilitation period. Which will take a while and this means he will have a race against time. To get fit for the World T20I in October.

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Finch has been one of the mainstays of Australia limited over batting and gives tremendous starts with his aggressive strokeplay. Therefore it will be a big blow for Australia if their white-ball captain fails to get fit in time for the World cup.

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