The membership confirmed on Tuesday that right-arm seamer Chook had been suggested by a specialist to fly residence to start rehabilitation on the torn tendon which pressured him from the sphere throughout their Division One innings defeat to Hampshire final month.
Matt Walker, Kent’s head coach, instructed KentOnline that Chook’s harm would require “an enormous quantity” of rehabilitation work. “He is torn a tendon in his shoulder, which isn’t an ideal harm. It should take an enormous quantity of rehab and he would not be match for his remaining time with us anyway. So he is gone residence.”
Chook, who has beforehand featured for Hampshire and Nottinghamshire, needed to pull out of a deliberate county stint with Lancashire final season due to a bulging disc in his neck. He additionally missed the primary three months of the Australian summer time with an Achilles tendon downside.
Chook took three wickets in Kent’s drawn first match of this season in opposition to Essex, through which he additionally scored 53 not out, earlier than going wicketless in opposition to Lancashire and managing simply 11 overs within the Hampshire fixture.
Paul Downton, Kent’s director of cricket, stated: “All of us want Jackson a swift restoration and he leaves with our greatest needs. We hope to see him match and enjoying once more firstly of the Australian season.”