Tim Paine returns in cricket from indefinite break!
CRICDOT DESK : Former Australian test skipper Tim Paine has returned to cricket for the first time since his “indefinite pause” following last year’s sexting scandal. But this time, the 37-year-old is in the position of . According to a report from cricket.com.au, Payne, who retired as a test skipper a few weeks before the start of last year’s ashes, said a former Cricket Tasmania staff member in 2017 said, “The former test captain returns with his state teammates.
I’ve been there, but I haven’t started batting or holding since I retired as a skipper. ” Within days of abandoning the role of test captain, Payne reportedly took an “indefinite break” from cricket and left Hobart when the fifth and final ash test took place. increase.
“Former test captain Tim Paine returned to the Tasmanian Tigers team as a coach and took the first step towards cricket … he’s still spending time with his family, so he’s still a player. I’m not close to returning. ” Interim
Tasmania head coach Ali De Winter also reportedly confirmed that Payne was “helping in the group.” That’s what winter said on Tuesday. “He was great when our young players came in (but I don’t think he was thinking so much about where he was playing cricket.
” He I’m still training myself. He’s not currently doing batting or wicket keeping, but he’s definitely in the group. He’s rejoining our group and focusing on family life. I think I’m enjoying it. ”
Paine has since been replaced with Pat Cummins as Test skipper and the pace bowler has guided Australia to a 40 Ashes win at home.
Paine last played for Tasmania in a second XI game in late November as he attempted to prove his fitness for the Ashes after undergoing a complicated neck surgery.
He was in the squad for the Marsh One Day Cup game for Tasmania on November 26 but announced on the morning of the match that he was going on a indefinite break.