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West Indies pace bowler Kemar Roach has announced that he is ready for the World Cup after recovering from an ankle injury.
Roach sustained the injury during the first Test against South Africa in December and was subsequently ruled out for the remainder of the series.
“I’m feeling fine. I’m coming back from an injury with my ankle but I’ve done all the rehab I need to do to get back here,” Roach said. “Right now the practice sessions are going well and my body is feeling well so I’m going to put my best foot forward and win some games for the West Indies.
“Definitely a hat-trick would be nice this World Cup but it is just about me doing my part, playing my role. As one of the fast bowlers in the team it will be hard for us in these conditions…but I think one you go out there, put your best foot forward, do your skills best you can come out on top.”