The right-arm Australian fast bowler, Jhye Richardson, is hopeful for the World Cup race after the dark clouds of injury started to diminish. The 22-year old dislocated his shoulder while fielding against Pakistan in the 2nd ODI of the U.A.E series.
The medical assessments recently conducted showed positive results on his injury. The reports suggest that Jhye Richardson will not require a surgery which are good signs for the in-form fast bowler and the Australian management.
Talking about the injury, Richardson said, "Everyone in the Australian camp is hopeful, even I am hopeful and in high spirits,". "I am not ruling out the World Cup at this stage, that is definitely not an option. It is all about getting the shoulder right at this".
"The shoulder injury is unfortunate, but these things do happen and I am eager to bounce back quickly", he further added. With Pat Cummins in prodigious form, Josh Hazlewood and Mitchell Starc back in the nets, and Jhye Richardson hopeful for the return, these are ecstatic signs for the mighty Aussie.