Tim Paine the Australian
Tim Paine, who made his debut as the wicketkeeper-batsman, claimed he was prepared for the England Ashes Test.


Australia’s Test captain Tim Paine is set to get surgery on his neck.

Tim Paine, who will serve as Australia’s captain for the forthcoming Ashes series, has stated that he is prepared.

The opening game of the England series, set to take place in Brisbane on December 8, is a two-dayer.

Tim Paine, the Australian captain for the Ashes, is having surgery to relieve a pinched nerve in his neck, but he is optimistic that he will be healthy in time for the first Ashes match.

Captain Tim Paine of Australia will have a pinched nerve in his neck treated by surgery, but he is still hopeful of recovering in time for the Ashes. The tennis player, 36, disclosed that he had neck and arm pain, owing to a bulging disc that restricted his ability to train at full effort. He made a statement that indicated that the surgery had not yielded any positive results, with the spinal surgeon had recommended that he undergo the procedure to ease the pressure on his spine.

In order to be ready for the start of the opening game of the Test series against England, which is slated to begin in Brisbane on December 8, the operation will be performed on Tuesday so that the team’s players have time to heal.

“The surgery should be done now so that I’ll have plenty of time to get ready for the summer,” he stated.

I will have physical exercise resumed by the end of this month, and I want to be completely trained again by October.

“I’ll be prepared for the first match, and I can’t wait for the upcoming big summer.”

The Ashes will tour Adelaide after the Brisbane game, then will visit Melbourne, Sydney, and Perth on the traditional following dates.

But the venues might alter if a pandemic arises and puts things in question.

While other cities are able to host sports games and people can visit them freely, the case number and deaths are rising in Sydney and Melbourne, which are currently under lockdown while the Delta variety is being contained.

Not only have state borders been closed, but some international venues, including Cape Town in South Africa, have canceled their series. But last week, Cricket Australia CEO Nick Hockley said he expected the series to be played in front of a crowd.

Additionally, Australia’s first-ever Test match against Afghanistan, in Hobart, is threatened because the venue is where Paine, the skipper, hails from.

Cricket Australia has announced that the Taliban must reverse its ban on women enjoying sports if the upcoming match is to be allowed to go.

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