Mitchell Marsh will have ankle surgery in order to be healthy for the 2023 World Cup.

Mitchell Marsh will miss Australia's tour of India at the end of the season . The 31-year-old will undergo keyhole surgery to remove bone fragments and repair cartilage .

Melbourne (Australia), December 2: Mitchell Marsh, an Australian all-rounder, will miss Australia's tour of India at the end of the season and has decided to undergo ankle surgery in order to be fit for the ICC Mens Cricket World Cup next year.Mitchell Marsh, an Australian player, is suffering from persistent pain in his left ankle, which is now almost stopping him from playing in the T20 World Cup on home soil.To become fully fit, the 31-year-old will undergo keyhole surgery to remove bone fragments and repair cartilage.Marsh was ruled out of the forthcoming home series against the West Indies by the authorities.

Since the 2019 Ashes, the all-rounder has not appeared in a Test.He was able to tour India for the Border-Gavaskar series, which is very important to the final push of the Aussies World Test Championship.Mitchell is an important member of our squads, according to Australian selector George Bailey, who believes he will be fit for Australia's ODI series against India in March.Marsh will play alongside veteran all-rounder Glenn Maxwell, who sustained a horrific injury to his leg during the T20 World Cup.Following his surgery, he has been out for a long time.

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