(Reuters) – England fast bowler Ollie Robinson said a string of injuries has left him unsettled about his cricket career, calling the last 12 months his most difficult as a professional. Told.
The 29-year-old Sussex player has given up his place in the England squad after failing a tour of Australia and the West Indies with a recurrence of back problems before being recalled for a match against South Africa in August. lost.
Robinson told the BBC: “I continued to return to full health and suffered injuries, illnesses and other injuries.” rice field.
“I thought, ‘Maybe I’ll have to think about what else I can do… I don’t think I can keep playing cricket.’ The 12 months I spent professionally were probably the toughest,” a cricketer. ”
Robinson has been impressive in England’s current series in Pakistan, taking eight wickets in two games, and will be out of action in the third and final test starting Saturday as the tourists look to complete a 3-0 sweep. You might add that aggregate.
“It’s a tour that I’m really proud of,” Robinson said.
“It’s been tough and there have been some dark days, but a series win like this is worth everything.
“It’s an exciting time for English cricket. We won 2-0 and a 3-0 win would be a great effort. The boys are ready for one last big push.”
Reported by Shrivathsa Sridhar, Bengaluru.Edited by Ken Ferris
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