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England speedster Jofra Archer has been out of action for a long time due to his due to recurring elbow issues. He will miss the ICC T20 World Cup in UAE and the Ashes series in Australia later this year.
In a column for the Daily Mail, Jofra Archer admitted that it is difficult to sit out due to injury. He asserted that despite this, he is positive about his future as a Test cricketer.
The England pacer said:
“When I got the news that I’d be out for the rest of 2021 because I had suffered another stress fracture in my elbow, it was pretty tough to take. But I’ve always been of the view that everything happens for a reason and the injury doesn’t change the way I look at my career.”
“I’ve said many times before that Test cricket is the most important format to me and nothing has changed in that respect. It’s frustrating to be sitting out an important series against India, as well as not being able to make the trip to Australia this winter — not to mention the Twenty20 World Cup in the UAE,” he added.
My best years as a Test cricketer are ahead of me: Jofra Archer
Jofra Archer has represented England in thirteen test matches. He has taken 42 wickets at an average of 31.04, including 3 five-wicket hauls and 8/85 his best match figures. The right-arm pacer feels that his best days in test cricket are ahead of him as he is just 26-years old.
“If I do end up with another stress fracture, I may have a different view on things as regards my future. But for the moment, I’m still only 26 and I think my best years as a Test cricketer are ahead of me,” Jofra Archer said.
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