The Australia fast bowler James Pattinson recovery from a stress fracture in his lower back will also root for the hosts, given some had on paper off the aggressive 23-year-old's chances of playing any part in the Ashes series."It's all going nice-looking well at the moment," said Pattinson, who was secondary for all but the first two Ashes Tests in England.Good News: Third, fourth Test could be on the cards (James Pattinson).Hi, I am aiming for the WACA confidently it's nice and green up...Read Full Story
James Pattinson realises his mistake
Australia’s pacer James Pattinson has conceded that he let the team down because of his behaviour by not responding to the coach Mickey Arthur’s questions regarding performance during the ongoing Test series in India.
“We had a training session yesterday and we apologised to the team about it,” Pattinson said on Tuesday. “It does hurt, missing a Test match. It's not only that, you let your team down as well. At the time I was told I was quite upset. At the...Read Full Story
Updated: January 06, 2012, 04:13
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SYDNEY(AP) Australia fast bowler James Pattinson has been ruled out of the remaining two tests against India after injuring his left foot.The 21-year-old Pattinson hurt his foot while bowling during the second innings of Australia's stunning win over India in the second test at the...Read Full Story
It's great time to be a young cricketer in Australia. Opportunities galore and those with enough talent can seal their position for a long time.. James Pattinson is one of those youngster who was sitting on the fringes for a long time, traveling to Sri lanka and South Africa without getting a chance but against New Zealand at home, he got the node, disappointed in first innings but corrected himself to take back to back five wicket hauls. Now, Pattinson is ready for his biggest test year...Read Full Story
Australia fast bowler James Pattinson has been ruled out of the remainder of Ashes series due to the back strain.
The 23-year-old was diagnosed with the lower back problem after the Australia’s humiliating 347-run defeat in the second Test at Lord’s. He will now fly home after the third Test at Manchester’s Old Trafford stadium, starting from August 1.
“James Pattinson reported some hip and back soreness on the final day of the second Ashes Test,” said Australia’s doctor Peter Brukner. “We...Read Full Story
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