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Cricket news - Warner likely to resume batting in a month

Warner underwent an elbow surgery

An Operation on his elbow, David Warner was batting in three to four weeks. In contrast to Steven Smith, whose elbow surgery required him in a arm brace for six weeks, Warner underwent surgery to remove a bone spur and loose bones, which had caused an inflammation, and he should be ready for selection after his ban ends in a few months.

"David Warner had surgery yesterday to remove a bone spur and loose bones in the elbow, led to an inflamed joint," said a CA spokesman. "David will undergo a renovation, in which we expect him to move to begin to be able to his arm until the end of the week, and within 3-4 weeks, continue with the batting, to play with his return, determined to be soon after."

Both Smith and Warner returned to the midway of your stint in the Bangladesh Premier League because of injuries. A 12-month ban from international and Australian domestic cricket for their roles in the ball-tampering incident, their time in exile to serve at the end of March 28. Australia play five ODIs against Pakistan in the UAE - the last two games are likely to be held after the bans have ended - Warner is expected to be available for selection, while Smith, the situation is unclear, as his recovery take longer.

Warner, who is part of the Sunrisers Hyderabad team is also expected to be in the Indian Premier League, which gets underway in March. However, there is uncertainty about Smith's involvement with the Mumbai Mirror reports that the Rajasthan Royals are considering a replacement.

Meanwhile, Australia coach Justin Langer in contact with the two players during the observation, your location was exactly. "I have you both last night, actually," Langer told SEN on Tuesday. "I think Davey is not a clean-up, I think Davey's is so serious, it was like Steve. That is, is Steve in a corset for the next 5-6 weeks, I think.

"What we know about them, they were not good players, they have been great players for Australia. Of course, we monitor very closely and we are hopeful that you will get fit and strong, and put your name for the selection. It is an exciting time," Long said.

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