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I will be fit before the Indian Premier League, says Prithvi Shaw

first_img Press Trust of India New DelhiJanuary 21, 2019UPDATED: January 21, 2019 20:23 IST Prithvi Shaw has been retained by Delhi Capitals for Indian Premier League’s 12th season (BCCI Photo)HIGHLIGHTSPrithvi Shaw is recovering from an ankle injury he sustained in AustraliaShaw twisted his ankle while fielding in a warm-up game ahead of the first Test in AustraliaShaw had played 9 matches in the IPL last year scoring 245 runsRecovering from an ankle injury that forced him out of the Australia tour, Prithvi Shaw revealed he will be fit in time for the 12th season of Indian Premier League. Prithvi Shaw, 19, suffered the injury in Australia before the start of the four-match Test series.”I will be fit before the Indian Premier League and I am trying hard to reach full fitness. I am working on my ankle as well as on my upper body,” Shaw told India TV.Shaw has been retained by Delhi Capitals for what will be his second season.He had twisted his ankle while fielding in the deep during India’s practice match ahead of the first Test against Australia in Adelaide.Having stayed on with the team hoping to be fit for the second Test in Perth, Shaw was eventually ruled out of the remainder of the series and sent back home for an extensive rehabilitation programme.Recalling the injury, he said, “We were playing the practice match in Sydney ahead of the first Test. I was standing at deep mid-wicket and Ash bhai [R Ashwin] was bowling and a catch came towards me. I caught the ball while jumping backwards in the air and my body weight fell on my left foot when I landed.”It was a bit uneven there and my ankle got twisted 90 degrees and the entire body-weight fell on that. That’s how it happened.”Efforts were then on to get the batsman fit for the series but the severity of the injury dashed his hopes.advertisement”I was trying hard to play in the second Test and the physios too were trying to get me fit for the match. However, the more they tried, the swelling increased and it got more painful.”It was an unfortunate incident and you can’t really do anything about that. It was my wish to play in the challenging conditions in Australia. I love the bounce there. But unfortunately, I suffered a leg injury. But that’s okay, I am very happy that India won the Test series. It can’t get better than this.”I got full support of the team at that time because I was very disappointed with the injury. I had practised hard for the tour and had many things in my mind that I thought I would do there. So, it was disheartening. But yeah, now I am happy that we won the series.”Shaw has had a record-breaking start to his Test career as he aggregated 237 runs in three innings at an average of 118.50 against the West Indies.Also Read | Virat Kohli, India stay No.1 in Test rankings, Rishabh Pant breaks into top-20Also Read | Virat Kohli’s India no different to what the West Indies were in the 80s: Dean JonesAlso Read | Virat Kohli not New Zealand’s only concern: Ross Taylor wary of Rohit and DhawanAlso Read | MS Dhoni eyes Sachin Tendulkar’s record in New Zealand after hitting form in AustraliaFor sports news, updates, live scores and cricket fixtures, log on to indiatoday.in/sports. Like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter for Sports news, scores and updates.Get real-time alerts and all the news on your phone with the all-new India Today app. Download from Post your comment Do You Like This Story? Awesome! Now share the story Too bad. Tell us what you didn’t like in the comments Posted byPTI Tags :Follow Prithvi ShawFollow Indian Premier League I will be fit before the Indian Premier League, says Prithvi ShawPrithvi Shaw suffered an ankle injury in Australia before the start of the four-match Test series Down Under. India won 2-1 to register their first-ever Test series victory in Australia.advertisementlast_img read more

Canadian dollar closes down soft US retail data helps send commodities lower

by Malcolm Morrison, The Canadian Press Posted Apr 12, 2013 8:45 am MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email Canadian dollar closes down, soft U.S. retail data helps send commodities lower TORONTO – The Canadian dollar closed lower Friday amid a new round of worries connected with the eurozone’s debt crisis, while concerns about demand sent commodity prices tumbling.The loonie was down 0.3 of a cent at 98.64 cents US as traders also looked ahead to next week’s interest rate announcement from the Bank of Canada. Most analysts don’t expect the central bank to hike rates until late next year at the earliest.Losses on commodity markets picked up in the wake of weak economic news from the world’s biggest economy.U.S. retail sales for March were down 0.4 per cent. Economists had expected flat reading following a 1.1 per cent rise in February.The poor showing indicated that higher taxes and weak hiring have made consumers more cautious about spending.An increase in Social Security taxes, which kicked in on Jan. 1, has lowered take-home pay this year for nearly all workers.May crude on the New York Mercantile Exchange dropped $2.22 to US$91.29 a barrel.Oil continued to lose traction after the International Energy Agency lowered its forecast for global oil demand in 2013 by 45,000 barrels to 90.6 million barrels a day. Its predictions were similar to those made earlier this week by OPEC and the U.S. Energy Department.May copper stepped back eight cents to US$3.35 a pound and June bullion fell $63.50 to US$1,501.40 an ounce.Gold has fallen almost five per cent this week after Goldman Sachs dropped its forecast for 2013 to US$1,545 an ounce, down from a prior forecast of $1,610. Also, minutes of the latest Federal Reserve meeting showed members were at odds about when to stop quantitative easing.The program, involving printing more money to buy bonds, has had a depressive effect on the U.S. dollar in the past and helped hike gold prices since bullion is seen as an inflation hedge.Risk sentiment also took a hit and the U.S. currency strengthened after Cyprus’ president said Friday that he will ask the European Union to provide more help for the crisis-hit country, which has to pay for most of its expected €23-billion bailout.Last month, Cyprus and its international creditors agreed on a €17- billion bailout package for the country so it could rescue its banking sector and prop up its economy. The euro countries and IMF would contribute 10 billion, with Cyprus making up the rest, mostly by overhauling its banks.However, since then, the bailout package has increased to €23 billion, with Cyprus’s share swelling to €13 billion. read more