Ben Stokes may endure surgical procedure on his left knee to extend his profession as an all-rounder
- Ben Stokes might endure an operation on troublesome left knee after the Ashes
- England captain has bowled solely 29 overs in opposition to Australia in 4 Check matches
- Stokes has additionally dominated out enjoying within the 50-over World Cup in India this autumn
The England captain has bowled solely 29 overs in opposition to Australia going into Thursday’s fifth Check at The Oval. And with England’s subsequent Check not till January 25 in India, and Stokes insisting he remained ‘retired’ from the 50-over format – ruling him out of this autumn’s World Cup – he may have almost six months between Check assignments to determine on the way in which forward.
‘It’s one thing I clearly wish to get sorted,’ he stated. ‘I feel that could be a good time to have some critical conversations with medics round what I may do to get a job by which I can bowl with out having to fret about my knee. These are conversations we can have in that point off.’
Requested whether or not it was vital for him to proceed as an all-rounder, he replied: ‘Sure, it’s. It’s one thing I’ve executed since I used to be a child. Eager to be concerned with the sport is one thing that is bought the very best out myself.
‘It’s been irritating within the final couple of years not with the ability to have the identical impression and play the identical position that I’ve executed for the final 10 years. It’s that I would like to have the ability to do and hopefully can get sorted.”
England captain Ben Stokes needs to extend his Check profession as an all-rounder
Stokes stays ‘retired’ from the 50-over format – ruling him out of this autumn’s World Cup