Ellyse Perry Had Surgery To Regain From Hamstring Injury:
Australian star player Ellyse Perry, who had to miss the semifinal as well as the final match of the women’s T20 World Cup after getting a hamstring injury, had a successful surgery, Coach Matthew Mott informed that.
During the final group match against the New Zealand team in the T20 World Cup, she had a hamstring injury while trying for an athletic throw.
Matthew Mott said that “ Ellyse Perry had surgery on her hamstring and it is going fine. Her first stage of that surgery is getting pure rest. Now she is in Sydney, getting better and that is part of the plan. The recovery of her hamstring is looking better day by day, all our medical specialists are very much happy with how the surgery went.”
To recover purely, it would take nearly half a year and she has to miss the limited-over tours to South Africa and also the Women’s T20 Challenge games in India.
But, because of the Coronavirus outbreak, all the sports events are postponed or cancelled in all over the world. This can act positively for Perry as she won’t be missing many games.
Tayla Vlaeminck also got injured in the Women’s T20 World Cup. Mott also said that the break will put the minds of Perry as well as Tayla at ease.
Mott said, “ Still it will take much time for Perry to bowl perfectly but the truth is that everyone is resting too maybe eases the minds of her and Tayla’s a bit because they are not going to miss many matches.”
The renowned Australian cricketer, Ellyse Perry, viewed from the subsidiary while the Australia team beat India in the final match of the T20 Women’s World Cup on 8th March to protect the title.