Sports desk , Edited By: Roshni Singh , Updated on: 03 Dec 2022, 02:40:24 PM
Ricky Ponting commentary (Photo Credit: Social Media)
Ricky Ponting: Australian former captain Ricky Ponting’s health suddenly deteriorated during the live commentary on Friday (December 2). After which he was admitted to the hospital. On the third day of the Test match being played between Australia and West Indies (Australia vs West Indies), Ponting was doing commentary when suddenly his condition worsened due to which he had to be admitted to the hospital. Actually, Ricky Ponting suddenly started feeling dizzy and started feeling restless. However, now there is good news that the former captain has returned from the hospital and he is completely healthy. He was again seen doing commentary on the fourth day of the Test match.
Ricky Ponting returned to commentary after coming from the hospital. During this, he told the whole story of this incident. He said that suddenly he started having pain in his chest. He also said that in the recent past many of his teammates like veterans Shane Warne and Rodney Marsh had died due to heart attack, so he also took his pain seriously.
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Ricky Ponting told Channel Seven on Saturday, the fourth day of the match, ‘I scared a lot of people yesterday and it was a very scary moment for me myself. I was sitting in the commentary box during the third day’s play when I felt a sharp pain in my chest. I tried to overcome it but it could not happen.
He further said, ‘Yesterday was a good learning day for me, especially considering the incidents that happened with some of the people who were with us during the last 12 to 18 months.’
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First Published : 03 Dec 2022, 02:40:24 PM
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