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After ankle surgery, Mitchell Marsh is out for three months and will miss the India Tests

Australian chair of selectors George Bailey stated. Prior to the World Cup in March, they anticipate Mitchell Marsh to be healthy for the ODI series against India. Marsh was ruled out for three months after ankle surgery and is expected to miss Tests in India. Mitchell Marsh, an all-rounder for Australia, has decided to have surgery to treat his problematic left ankle. Which means that he won’t be able to play in their upcoming high-profile Test series in India.

Mitchell Marsh is to miss Tests in India after ankle surgery for three months. The seam bowling all-rounder, 31, is likely to be out of action for three months. After undergoing keyhole surgery to repair cartilage and remove loose bone fragments. George Bailey, chair of the Australian selectors.

“We will support Mitchell through his recovery period. We are hopeful he will be available for Australian selection for the ODI series against India in March,” Bailey stated in a statement. “Mitchell is an important member of our squads.” Mitchell Ross Marsh is an Australian international cricketer who was born on October 20, 1991. Marsh made his debut for Australia during the 2011–12 cricket season. Has since played in all three sports.

Marsh is the younger brother of Shaun Marsh. A former Australian national team player, and the second son of Geoff Marsh. Melissa Marsh, his sister, played basketball professionally in Australian leagues. He is a cousin of Brad Sheppard, a West Coast Eagles player. He spent his childhood and college years at Wesley College in Perth, Western Australia.

“By performing the surgery right away, Mitchell has the best chance to recover and resume his all-rounder skillset. Which is an important part of our plans for the upcoming year and beyond.” Marsh has experienced issues with his left ankle on a regular basis. The constant pain nearly prevented him from participating in his home T20 World Cup competition.

Marsh traveled with Australia on its most recent trip to Asia. Which included a two-match series against Sri Lanka in July. He was not selected to play in the West Indies match of Australia’s home Test squad. Marsh hasn’t participated in a Test since the 2019 Ashes. The all-rounder had planned to visit India for the Border-Gavaskar series, but she was unable to do so. Which is crucial to Australia’s final push in the World Test Championship.

Marsh will be joined by fellow all-rounder Glenn Maxwell. Who, after sustaining an unexpected injury in the middle of November, will also be viewing the game from the stands? Maxwell fell at a friend’s house after Australia’s unsuccessful T20 World Cup defense and broke his left fibula. Australia will travel to India for a Border-Gavaskar Trophy four-match Test series in February and March.

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