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I may never play again: Clarke

I may never play again: Clarke
“The experts are looking at the scans now and I don't know exactly how long I'm going to be out for. I am thinking about the World Cup and our first practice game is eight weeks away. I would love to take part in the ODI tri-series (with India and England), but I just have to wait and see. There’s a chance I may never play again,” Clarke said after Australia beat India by 48 runs in the opening Test here.

“I hope that's not the case and I'll be doing everything in my power to get back out on the park but I have to be realistic as well,” he added. Clarke, who limped off the field with a hamstring strain on the
final day today, said missing matches is heartbreaking.

“I want to be playing in Brisbane. Every game I miss for Australia is heartbreaking. You need to score runs to be in the team. I play my best cricket when I get some momentum so I actually get some cricket under my belt,” Clarke, who has a torn right hamstring, said.
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