Australia’s Ellyse Perry should steer clear of the sport for no less than six months as she is ready to endure surgical procedure on her injured hamstring subsequent week.
Perry injured her proper hamstring whereas trying a run out throughout Australia’s last group match towards New Zealand and was subsequently dominated out of the continuing Girls’s T20 World Cup the place Australia will meet India within the last on Sunday on the MCG.
“The timing has been good, I nonetheless get to return tomorrow and subsequent week I will (have surgical procedure),” Perry mentioned on the MCG on Saturday, reviews cricket.com.au.
“From my perspective, I’ve had probably the most unimaginable run, I have been very lucky with harm for a protracted time period.”
The all-rounder shall be out of Australia’s upcoming limited-overs tour of South Africa, starting subsequent Sunday, and in addition not have the possibility to look within the upcoming Indian Premier League exhibition video games in Might.
Perry, 29, has remained with Meg Lanning and Co. and mentioned she would offer assist or recommendation to her teammates within the all-important last towards India.
“I will be attempting to maintain my nerves at bay,” she mentioned.
“I really feel extremely lucky and satisfied that Motty and the group needed to maintain me round, it is good to be right here and take all of it in,” she added.