Andrew Tye ruled out for up to four months due to elbow injury

Australia have suffered a major blow ahead of the rest of the summer as pacer Andrew Tye has been ruled out for at least three to four months on account of elbow injury.


Tye will undergo surgery on the injured elbow on Monday, with the time of recuperation expected to last from 3-4 months. Tye is expected to miss the aggregate of the 2019-2020 Big Bash season.

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Tye was likewise named at first in the Australia squads for the six T20Is at home against Sri Lanka and Pakistan. Be that as it may, he was pulled back later subsequent to harming his elbow throughout a fall. Tye was supplanted by New South Wales’ Sean Abbott. The most recent damage is a hit to Tye’s preparation for the T20 World Cup booked at home next October in Australia however he has a great deal of time to recover completely.

It also confirmed that Tye would surely miss the T20 and ODI series against South Africa in February.

Australia will miss his service surely as he’d proved as a specialist in the middle overs especially in the death overs in limited overs cricket. But also that won’t be huge concern for the Aussies as they already have a well-established pace batteries in Mitchell Starc, Pat Cummins, Kane Richardson and Billy Stanlake.

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