Ricky Ponting | Former Australia captain Ricky Ponting suffered severe chest pain while commentating the match, was admitted to the hospital

According to reports in the Australian media, former Australia captain Ricky Ponting has been taken to the hospital. He was feeling chest pain and nervousness on the third day of the first Test between Australia and West Indies in Perth. Initially reports also came that he had suffered a heart attack but nowRicky Ponting’ssomeone close There is no mention of heart attack.

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According to the report Channel Seven CommentatorRicky Ponting He had not been feeling well since he had eaten lunch. He left the match and went to his room. Where he was admitted to the hospital after his health deteriorated.Ponting, 47, volunteeredheart attacklike fallingHad sought help as a precaution to feel the symptoms.Ponting’s problem was believed to be related to his dizziness, he went to the hospital for heart tests as a precaution rather than an emergency.

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A Channel 7 spokesperson said: “Ricky Ponting is unwell and will not be providing commentary for the remainder of today’s coverage.It is not yet known whether Ponting will be on air on Saturday or not.
Ponting retired from international cricket in 2012. He took over the ODI captaincy in 2002 and in 2004 replaced Steve Waugh as the Test captain. He became Australia’s most successful captain with 48 Test victories.After the Ashes series loss to England in 2005, Ponting led Australia to a 5–0 victory in the return series in 2007, topping the run charts with 576 runs at 82.28.

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