Giles White, the director of cricket of Hampshire has revealed that the former English batsman Michael Carberry could be back in training shortly just six months after he was diagnosed with cancer.
In 2014, the 36-year-old batsman played the last of his six tests, who underwent an operation on the tumor and white said that he had been very encouraged when he saw him earlier this month.
The Director of Cricket told the Southern Daily Echo, "Carbs is doing really well after a successful operation. He looked a lot better when I saw him before Christmas."
Giles stated, "He was looking to start practicing again in the New Year so hopefully, he'll be in the nets soon. It's now about working back to full fitness. We'll support him in any way we can."
In July, when Carberry had not able to participate in the county championship match because he was feeling seedy that time he found out he had cancer. Before this, he had suffered from ill health in November 2010 when he had blood clots on one of his lungs for which he is still taking medication.