Georgia Wareham Out of Ashes, World Cup and Commonwealth Games

Australia’s legspinner Georgia Wareham has been ruled out of the ODI World Cup and Commonwealth Games in the Ashes. He picked up early in the WBBL because of an ACL injury to his left knee.

Georgia Wareham had recreated the same knee earlier. He himself was injured on the field against the Adelaide Strikers. She is now facing a long period of isolation. And there is no possibility of her coming back before the coming Australia season.

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Georgia Wareham had Her First Surgery Last Week

Georgia Wareham had her first surgery last week. But the latest won’t be able to undergo reconstruction until early next year.

Australian team doctor Pip Eng says that because of her past history, Georgia Wareham needs a two-stage procedure to rebuild her left ACL. Had happened. And now she will start rehab in Melbourne. While she waits for her knee to be ready for ACL reconstruction in early 2022.

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Wareham Unavailable for Ashes, World Cup and Commonwealth Games

“Due to the recovery time, Georgia Wareham will not be available for the Ashes, the World Cup and the Commonwealth Games. And the timeline expected to be clarified after the rebuilding.”

Injury here means Australia will need to delve into their spin-bowling resources for years to come. As they target three major trophies to go with their T20 World Cup crown from 2020.

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Jess Jonassen who is a left-arm spinner missed the multi-format series against India. And there is a certain inclusion when Australia is back in action. But if a similar replacement is required. So this could open the door for Amanda-Jade Wellington to return. Fold. Alana King is also bringing together another impressive season in the WBBL after transferring to the Perth Scorchers.

Sophie Molineux, Ash Gardner and Molly Strano were the other spinners in the squad that faced India last month.

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