Marsh considering back surgery to extend Test career
Sydney, Dec 15(ANI): Australian batsman Shaun Marsh has said that he would consider surgery to alleviate disc swelling in his lower spine if his back continued to inhibit his career.
"If I ever have to get an operation done on my back if it goes again within the next three to four months, I'd probably look to get it done over the IPL. I would do anything to extend my Test career for as long as possible," Marsh told Fairfax Radio.
"If I don't do it, I won't be playing cricket for much longer," he added.
Marsh has been ruled out of action until early next year after suffering a repeat of back problems during Australia's first Test batting capitulation to South Africa in Cape Town last month.
The 28-year-old has played three Tests and 36 ODIs in the past three years, but has been constantly plagued with back problems and related hamstring strains. (ANI)
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