England’s veteran fast bowler James Anderson is feeling positive about his return ahead of the Test series against South Africa in December. The right-arm fast bowler was ruled out of the Ashes series after he aggravated his calf-injury during the first Ashes Test at the Edgbaston.
Since then, he has been out of the International circuit and cricket trainings. Recently, he started to bowl again in the nets and also posted his video of bowling in the nets.
In order to regain full fitness for the England’s Test series against South Africa in December, Anderson sought out the facilities of football club Manchester City to train with ECB sports science team. Anderson was training under the supervision of former English players Marcus Trescothick and Jonathan Trott.
The 37-year-old recently said he had no ambitions of retirement and wants to emulate footballer Ryan Giggs, who represented Manchester United till the age of 40.