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Australia captain Michael Clarke has announced that he is “ahead of schedule” in regards to his rehabilitation after undergoing hamstring surgery.
Clarke tore his hamstring during the first Test against India in Adelaide and recently admitted that he may miss the first match of the 2015 World Cup.
However, Clarke now believes that there is a chance he will be fully fit prior to the start of the tournament.
“It’s going well, it’s feeling really good,” Clarke said. “I’m slowly getting back into my running, but I’m not running too quickly.
“I’m three weeks post-surgery yesterday and I’m happy, the surgeon is extremely happy and the Australian medical staff are happy.
“I just have to make sure I don’t do too much and progress as slowly as I need to. But as it is, I’m ahead of schedule and everyone is extremely pleased.”