Stuart Broad: Knee Surgery Before The 2015 World Cup

Stuart Broad
Cricbuzz: England pacer Stuart Broad would like to be completely fit before the World Cup one year from now. He demonstrated no distress as he tore the India top-request in Manchester Test on Thursday. Reports in the British press, notwithstanding, have affirmed that in spite of his lethal structure, England speedster Stuart Broad will have his knee worked at the end of the continuous Test arrangement. (Manchester Test advancements | fourth Test scorecard)

With eyes on one year from now's ICC World Cup, the 28-year-old pacer needs to be getting it done and arrangements to totally recoup from the patella tendonitis in his right knee. Despite the fact that it has not kept him off the cricket field, Broad would not like to hazard a more perpetual harm and will get his knee worked once the five-Test arrangement finishes up at The Oval on August 19. (Likewise read: Michael Vaughan urges Anderson to continue sledging India)

The recuperation period after the surgery is prone to be near four months which implies Broad will be fit to bowl for England in Australia and New Zealand one year from now.

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