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Updated: June 18, 2013 02:58 IST

Aaron trains at MRF Pace Foundation

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Varun Aaron.
Varun Aaron.

Varun Aaron is back training for a fresh season at the MRF Pace Foundation. The 23-year-old India paceman is attempting to make a comeback from a worrying back injury. Aaron, who was present during the practice session at the Pace Foundation here on Monday, said to The Hindu, “I plan to play active cricket from September. I think I will make a complete recovery from the injury.”

The 23-year-old paceman was operated on lumbar vertebrae (L5) in London in February. To reduce the chance of another fitness concern, the Jharkhand fast bowler said, “I want to switch from a front-on action to a semi-open release that will put less strain on my back.”

Aaron has played a lone Test and four ODIs for India. He caught the eye for the speed he could generate.

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Welcome to Varun Aaron, a good addition to our pace attack. Our pace bowlers should be taught to remain fit, stay away from injuries, in addition to improving their bowling skills.

from:  Amarnath Sury
Posted on: Jun 19, 2013 at 13:06 IST

Isn't that perfect! Change your action so you can lose your pace...and
its all done under the auspices of the MRF (lack of) pace foundation!

from:  Pulkit
Posted on: Jun 18, 2013 at 09:59 IST
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