Jason Behrendorff feels 100 percent as close as « for a long time », as he is approaching a long time. expected the return to professional cricket for the Perth Scorchers next month.
More than a year after his radical spine surgery, the left arm quickly got the Scorchers’ Big Bash opener against Melbourne Renegades on Jan.. December in Hobart in sight.
The 30-year-old has been working for Subiaco-Floreat in WA Premier Cricket for five weeks.
Behrendorff is hoping to play for WA Red Ball cricket in the Sheffield Shield summer backend, but right now his focus is firmly on the Twenty20 arena.
He missed the entire 2019-20 season after scrutinizing to extend his career, much like Australian test runabout James Pattinson did in 2017.
« I’ve played club cricket for Subiaco-Floreat and we’re starting the T20 this weekend, which is going to be very exciting. I can’t wait to be out there again. « .
« I’ve done a lot of work, both on the training track and now that I’m starting to play some games, and I feel like I’m in a pretty good room to get out and actually start playing cricket in some serious way again. « .
« I feel almost 100 percent like I have for a long time for sure, so my body feels really good. « . ”
Behrendorff said his time at Subiaco-Floreat had been beneficial and that he had got used to a remodeled action to prevent further injuries.
« I haven’t changed my action significantly, but I’ve tinkered a few things to put myself in a slightly different position so hopefully I can move forward rather than a little on the side, » he said.
« I keep building up the intensity and my body is still managing and running very well. That was really positive. « . ”
The Scorchers squad will get together for training for the first time on Tuesday after WA Shield members end their 14-day quarantine.
Behrendorff had spent a lot of time with fellow Paceman Jhye Richardson while the majority of his teammates were in Adelaide and the couple were being rehabilitated together.
Richardson has been playing cricket for Fremantle for the past few weeks on his way back from shoulder surgery.
« I’ve probably only seen Richo in the last almost two months, I haven’t seen the rest of my team in a long time, » said Behrendorff.
« It will be very nice to see you again. It’s been a long time and we’re getting back together as a full squad for the first time on Tuesday, which will be very exciting. « . ”
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