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Australian batsman Nic Maddinson pulls out of Pakistan tour game on mental health grounds

Hindu Saturday, 9 November 2019 ()
Maddinson, who played three Tests for Australia in 2016, has previously struggled with mental health issues and took a break from the game in 2017 after being dropped from the Test squad
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