Daily Mail UK – Chris Lynn’s troublesome shoulders continue to hurt his international prospects with the Queensland master blaster overlooked for Australia’s next two series of white-ball fixtures.

Summary

  • Chris Lynn’s troublesome shoulders continue to hurt his international prospects with the Queensland master blaster overlooked for Australia’s next two series of white-ball fixtures.
  • Lynn was a notable omission as Cricket Australia (CA) on Tuesday named squads for the first one-day international (ODI) and Twenty20 assignments under new coach Justin Langer.
  • The 28-year-old Lynn has returned to playing for Kolkata Knight Riders in the Indian Premier League after dislocating his shoulder while diving in the field during the T20 tri-series in New Zealand in February.
  • Lynn did not require surgery after dislocating his right shoulder in New Zealand but it was the latest in a long list of injuries for one of the most destructive batsmen in world cricket.
  • He also had his left shoulder reconstructed last year, prompting him to pass up a state contract with Queensland, while a calf injury forced him to pull out of last summer’s home ODI series against England.


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