ADELAIDE Strikers coach Jason Gillespie is confident the club has the depth to withstand a form drop as players such as wicketkeeper Alex Carey , Billy Stanlake and captain Travis Head are on the cusp of national selection as the BBL season builds up ahead of the finals. Carey, who made his debut from Australia, is expected to return for the side’s match against Melbourne on Monday before the Strikers close its home-and-away season against Perth on the road.
Carey, who made his debut from Australia, is expected to return for the side’s match against Melbourne on Monday before the Strikers close its home-and-away season against Perth on the road. The caveat is that Tim Paine, who he replaced, recovers from illness. Regardless, Gillespie said the Strikers had a plan B in place in case of call-ups for national duties, injuries or illness and was comfortable with the amount of talent available for his top-placed side.
The star-packed doubles field in the event, which also includes the greatest combination of the modern era in US twins Mike and Bob Bryan, did not disappoint as the WTC opened proceedings at Memorial Drive with a peach of a display. If anything, it was a throwback, because doubles over the past decade has been all about short and powerfully killed points.
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Selecting a term
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