Brett Lee Rules Out Test ReturnBy Tias, Gaea News Network
Monday, December 6, 2010
ADELAIDE, AUSTRALIA (GaeaTimes.com)- Australian quickie Brett Lee spoke to the media on the 4th day of the ongoing Ashes test and ruled out all possibilities of returning to test. Considering that Australia’s present bowling attack has come under heavy criticism, the return of the world’s fastest bowler was much talked about by the fans. Brett Lee revealed in the interview that he is solely focusing on the shorter version of the game and was looking forward to comeback into the Australian side very soon. He also hinted that he might be playing in the one day series against England as well.
Brett Lee also spoke recently about the dropped Australian fast bowler Mitchell Johnson. After a miserable wicket-less run in the first test match. Mitchell Johnson was dropped from the side in what was one of the most debated selections in recent years. Brett Lee said that it was a passing phase for the fast bowler who would soon make a comeback. He explained that Mitchell Johnson was a terrific athlete and said that he was merely going through a form slump.
Once the spearhead of the Australian bowling attack, Brett Lee has often been called one of the most devastating fast bowlers in recent years. Known for ripping through the upper middle order with the new ball and demolishing tailenders with sharp in-swinging yorkers, his absence is surely stinging the Australian cricket fans as Australia struggle against England in the 2nd test of the Ashes 2010. Known for his flashing smile and cheerful personality Brett Lee is also one of the most popular cricketers worldwide. He is also a member of a boy band and is known for his skills with the guitar as well.
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