Monday, September 7, 2009

Flintoff faces post surgery complications

Andrew Flintoff, the national hero of England is suffering from deep vein thrombosis in his right calf. He got affected by this only after the surgery that has been done after the Ashes tour.

Flintoff, who was instrumental in winning Ashes, announced his retirement due to series of career threatening injuries. News from Sky News says that Andrew Flintoff might not be playing for another six months. But ECB playing it down by saying this is the common complication of surgery and will be cured by simple course of treatment.

Andrew Flintoff one of the finest cricketers of our time is however determined to play ODI and T20. He has announced retirement only to pave way for him to play other shorter formats of the game.