James Anderson’s painful golf swing

Most of England’s cricketers enjoy a round of golf and James Anderson is no exception. With an extra day off after the early finish of the first Test against India it was the perfect chance to get in another 18 holes.

But it did not all go according to plan for Anderson.

Finding himself buried among some trees, Anderson tried to find his way back onto the fairway but smashed his shot into the root of a tree in front of him, the ball rebounding at a rate of knots straight into his face.

Fortunately for Anderson there was no injury, unfortunately for him Stuart Broad happened to be filming so Anderson will never be able to live it down.

Unsurprisingly Broad found it all highly amusing – although quickly assured everyone Anderson was okay.

England will hope that Anderson’s swing works better in the second Test at Lord’s starting on Thursday.

Source link

Latest articles

England’s white-ball tour of South Africa to go ahead...

England played three one-day internationals and three Twenty20s in South Africa in FebruaryEngland's white-ball tour of South Africa next month will go ahead after...

Pakistan vs Zimbabwe 2020 – ‘Fully fit’ Elton Chigumbura...

For much of the first decade of his career, Elton Chigumbura was among the first names on the Zimbabwe team sheet. Known for his...

Victor Mpitsang replaces Linda Zondi as South Africa selection...

Victor Mpitsang, the former South Africa medium pacer, has taken over as the new convenor of selectors for the senior men's team, replacing Linda...

Cameron Green has ‘a great cricket brain’ but don’t...

Cameron Green's Western Australia team-mate Ashton Agar believes the 21-year-old will be able to cope with the jump to international level, but has cautioned...

Similar articles

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Subscribe to our newsletter