After a second operation on his broken index finger, Ben Stokes is unlikely to participate in the Ashes, according to reports.

After a second operation, Ben Stokes, who has been on indefinite leave to focus on his mental health since retiring from his home test. Streak against India earlier this year, suffered the injury while playing in the Indian Premier League in April.

Ben Stokes undergoes surgery, unlikely to play in Ashes - report - LocalFobs

After a successful second surgery on his broken index finger, England all-rounder Ben Stokes may miss the Ashes. Stokes has been out of cricket for an undetermined period of time. Having previously missed England’s home Test series against India.

The 30-year-old will also miss the T20 World Cup, which begins this month in the United Arab Emirates. In April, Stokes suffered an injury while playing in the Indian Premier League (IPL).

On Monday, Leeds-based consultant Doug Campbell removed the screws from Stokes’s finger and addressed the scar tissue that had been causing him great discomfort, according to the. Mirror, for whom Stokes writes a column. It went on to say that Stokes will be out for a long time, effectively ruling him out of the Ashes.

After a second operation, Stokes made an early recovery in July, guiding. England to a 3-0 one-day international series victory over. Pakistan, although he required injections to get through the games. He then chose to take a sabbatical from cricket in order to focus on his mental health and repair his finger.

Stokes was left out of England’s Twenty20 World Cup team in the. United Arab Emirates and Oman last month, and he now looks certain to miss his second Ashes series. On December 8, the first Test against Australia is scheduled to begin.

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