England speed player Johura Archer, who underwent surgery on his right elbow, said he is looking to this year’s T20 World Cup and The Ashes . In a Daily Mail column, Archer says he wants recovery time to pass. He doesn’t want to risk future injuries.
Archer writes: “They are my goals. If by then I can come back and play against India in a home test series, that’s a good thing. If not, I’m ready for the summer. The way I see things is that I want to miss a few weeks of the year . I can take the carrier for years to come. ”
Paceman underwent surgery last week and his recovery will be reviewed by consultants within four weeks, at which point he will receive new guidance on when to resume archer bowling. A pacemaker in his career said he “can’t play cricket” unless he gets surgery properly. He just want to completely heal this injury.
So I wouldn’t think much of the future or schedule to resume activities. surgery is always the last option, and I was thinking of implementing a possible strategy before going down that road. . It was the last on the list. It’s not always fixed and I know what happened after 4 weeks. “Archer said.