Finch underwent surgery before the start of the World Cup
By Sangeeta Viswas
on Sat Aug 14 2021
Finch underwent surgery before the start of the World Cup, Australia’s fixed-overs captain Aaron Finch will still face a 10-week time period to recover for October’s T20 World Cup T20.
Australia’s fixed-overs captain Aaron has undergone a successful operation to repair cartilage in his right knee ahead of the T20 World Cup beginning in October. Aaron Finch underwent surgery before the start of World Cup T20.
Aaron Finch He had gone under the knife on Thursday, the first day of his required two-week hotel quarantine stint after returning from Barbados.
In a statement to Australia Cricket, the operation was successful and the 34-year-old will now begin the recovery process, which is expected to take 10 weeks.
Australia’s contribution to the Super 12 stage hopes to begin about a week later, or around 24 October. Australia has been clubbed with Eng., SA, and W I, and two qualifiers for the tournament are yet to be decided.
Australia will play all those teams once, after which the top two teams from that group will advance to the semi-finals.
Aaron Finch suffered a cartilage injury in St Lucia in July but was able to guide Australia in five T20Is against the Windies before the problem flared up again in the last game of the row, in which he finished 4th. – Lost by 1.
The 10-week timeout will take Aaron Finch to October 21. The T20 World Cup – held in the United Arab Emirates and Oman after splitting from India – will start from Groupon on October 17.
Aaron Finch played in Barbados against the West Indies, with Alex Carey taking over as captain. When the team left for Bangladesh, Aaron returned home on a commercial flight from London to begin his hotel quarantine.
Aaron recently told SYN radio, “I had a minor injury while fielding before I left – I’ve never had knee problems – and it started to hurt a little bit.”
“The more we administrated and played … stopping and starting, turning, that sort of thing was causing some problems for them.
“So I also had some scans in the West Indies and a little bit of cartilage, a little meniscus strength.