Jonathan Trott to take another break from international cricket

Editor Sportzwiki / 20 April 2014

The England cricket veteran Jonathan Trott is going to espouse another halt from cricket as he is getting through the same phase of strain, which constrained him to skim over the recent Ashes series in Australia.

The 32-year-old Trott contrived to shove off from the England’s tour to Australia following the foremost Test match in Brisbane. Later, the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) defined the issue as a ‘stress-related illness’.

This right-handed top order batsman kept himself away from the match and at the same time he was consulting a psychologist and the medical team of the ECB in an endeavor in order to recreate his career.

Afterwards, Trott defined his skipping the Ashes series as a matter of ‘burn-out’, while he aspired to come back to England duty this season.

Nevertheless, in accordance with the British newspaper the Daily Mail, he had to stand down from the battlefront once more following only one Championship match for his England county Warwickshire.

Trott has made his Test debut against Australia in 2009 and has played 49 matches with an average of 46.95. He has made his One Day International debut against Ireland in 2009 and has played 68 matches with an average of 51.25.

He appeared last in international cricket in November, 2013 against Australia.

In accordance with the Mail, it was “a far from manageable conclusion to take for the sentimental Trott, but his angst levels have been so high that he felt he had no option for his own contented state.”

Granting all this, Trott did not intend to comment anything over this issue, but the report claims that Trott’s decision is going to come out as a declaration in the next 24 hours.

The news, unavoidably, is going to give rise to shot in the dark that Trott’s career in England cricket squad is done with, though, he aspires that more specialist medication will capacitate him to come back.



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