A broken thumb doesn’t drop Marcus Stoinis from World Cup 19 squad. Accordingly, we know that the Aussie all-rounder Marcus Stoinis fractured his right thumb in the recently ended India tour.
Marcus Stoinis had a broken thumb
Therefore, Marcus Stoinis missed the last match against India and Pakistan due to the broken thumb. Despite, Marcus Stoinis wouldn’t be in the last three matches but he was in the third ODI against Pakistan in UAE. So the Aussie all-rounder is happy with his return, “I’m pretty happy it didn’t keep me out for too long.”
A broken thumb doesn’t drop Marcus Stoinis from World Cup 19. Marcus Stoinis thinks it’s not too late for World Cup-19, “It was uncomfortable for a good couple of days. It’s just something I’m going to keep covered up while fielding. But it’s pulled up pretty well. After each game, it’s been okay. I think I’ll be over it by [the World Cup]. I think it should be completely healed within four weeks.”
The Aussie all-rounder is in a tight schedule
The Aussie all-rounder is in a tight schedule for a few months. Performing well in the Big Bash League Marcus Stoinis became busy with India tour then had to fly for UAE to be in Pakistan series. However, the young star is waiting to be in World Cup-19 squad. Then Ashes is waving at him. “It has been a long time. Fortunately, it’s always easier when you’re winning and we’re just making sure on my off days, you’re chilling out.”
Marcus Stoinis shared the tight schedule, “I’ll have my family come over to meet me in India, and then again, I’ll probably meet them in Brisbane in the World Cup prep. I might bring a couple of mates over for the World Cup, if I’m there, pending selection. For me, it’s about having people around, making sure I’m staying in contact with home. But it is a long stint.”
Accordingly, Australia is leading the five-match ODI series by 2-0 and doing well in the third one. So the all-rounder is hoping for something teamwork, “The group is coming together well leading up to the World Cup.” Then Marcus Stoinis concludes with, “We’ve had a lot of reflection to do over the last 12 months – on how we’ve been playing, playing in different conditions and people gaining experience. It’s good to get a bit of reward for hard work.”
Therefore, a broken thumb doesn’t drop Aussie all-rounder Marcus Stoinis from World Cup 19 squad. Hope the Aussie rising star will flash with bat and ball confidently.