Due to a knee injury, Matt Renshaw was unable to play to open Australia’s day. After that, he was brought to the hospital for scanning.After controversially replacing Travis Head in the lineup, the batsman felt the injury but warmed up after making a golden duck. He was still cooling the wound before the game started, and Ashton Agar took his position on the field.
Renshaw has had recent difficulties. For the Sydney Test, he was summoned back to the team, and although displaying coughing symptoms just before the toss and the start of the first day’s play, he was kept separate from his teammates for the first few days.Australia’s cricket selection committee is still under criticism for its surprising decision to sideline the batsman of the summer, Head, for the first Test in Nagpur.
While Cricinfo stated Matt Renshaw “had mild pain in his right knee this morning and is icing it as a precaution, I suspect he could have damaged something behind his knee,” commentator Mark Waugh claimed Renshaw was harmed during warm-ups.”I hope Renshaw’s injury is not severe. He could have also been able to bowl a few overs. He was reportedly transported to the hospital for preventative X-rays or scans. The last thing Australia needs is that, continued Mark Waugh.