It’s no secret that injuries – both physical and mental – can often stand in the way of success for even the greatest sports stars. For Australian cricket player Pat Cummins, a recent eye injury threatens to derail his personal and professional life, and now his fans and sporting world are wondering – what does the future hold for the talented cricketer? Read on to find out all you need to know about Pat Cummins’ eye woe.
Australian fast bowler Pat Cummins’s eye injury at the Melbourne Cricket Ground recently has had the cricketing world concerned. Cummins was batting in a Marsh Cup match on November 24 when a flying ball knocked the 26-year-old out of the match. Here’s what we know about the incident:
- A loose shot by Dalton George, Cummins’ batting partner, hit him on his left eye.
- Although immediate scans and tests showed no Sign of internal injury, he has been placed on the sidelines for the rest of the match.
- Cummins was seen bleeding from his eye after the incident.
Amidst all the worry, Cummins posted on Twitter saying he was doing ‘okay’ after the accident. He said that he was grateful for the support and updates from the medical staff and his team mates, and that he would like to take time off from the field to recover optimally.
Pat has been advised complete rest and will be awaiting further tests and results on his injury before making a return.
By now, you should have a good understanding of Pat Cummins’ injury and the consequences of it. It’s always difficult to come across something like this, but we wish him a speedy recovery. We hope he can join the team back on the field soon.