Peter Siddle confident to make Test return- Legendary Australian medium pacer Peter Siddle has shown sign of recovery and is confident about his return into the team. Injuries have kept him away from the international for past three months and now he’s trustful for his dashing come back into the team.
31 year old active and brilliant bowler of Aussies’ cricket team is feeling fit and fine for the future instigation which he said that he would like to take those challenging cricket matches and perform well. He told Herald Sun that he’s the man who is confident at every stage of his life.
Siddle also had surgery on a nagging issue with his left ankle. But he explicated that every time he put his ankle under the scan, he found nothing serious issue regarding his body part. Instead he opted to play for his nation and never wanted to let the chance to do so.
Man who has picked up 208 wickets in 61 Tests is quite eager for his next journey into this field. He’ll be coming back into the team after near about 80 to 100 days. Audiences, from the same country, too are eager to see their favorite player pacing and swinging the ball much cleverly on the pitch.
He opined that he is not too worried about what’s going on outside as he knows when he’s fully fit that he is probably going to be getting picked. When he is at my best he knows that he is one of the better bowlers in the country and that’s all he can work at.
Australian cricket team is about to take three test cricket matches against Sri Lanka starting from 26th July. 2011 ICC WC runner ups are gonna hosts this three match series which will end on 17th day of the next month of its commencement.