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Test opener David Warner to struggle with groin injury to brink of Ashes series – Wide World of Sports

Superstar’s pain will be pushed to Ashes brink



Australian Test opener David Warner has revealed that he’ll be struggling with his groin injury for the next six to nine months – potentially to the brink of next summer’s Ashes.
Warner tore a groin tendon last November in an ODI game against India, ruling him out of the first two Tests of a 2-1 series defeat.
He played the final two Tests but was clearly still injured. The left-hander, 34, revealed that the injury will be a long-term issue.
“I am almost back to full 100 per cent sprinting in a…

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