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Former Australian captain Ricky Ponting returned back to work as a commentator for the test match between Australia and West Indies in Perth 24 hours after he suffered sharp pains in his chest. He was rushed to a hospital and his fans are left worried about the health condition of Ricky Ponting. He returned back healthy and he spoke today morning on Channel Seven and explained about the health scare on Friday. He suffered chest pain when he was commentating on Friday. Ricky Ponting said the he left many in scare and it was even a scary moment for him. "I tried to stretch it out of the chest pain but could not get rid of it. I asked Justin Langer and Chris Jones reacted. I was in the hospital in just 15 minutes and got the best treatment" told Ricky Ponting.
I had my little mate JL looking after me and I'm back here shiny and new this morning. Ready for a good day of Test cricket after missing the best part of yesterday. https://t.co/w98EUZCS8E— Ricky Ponting AO (@RickyPonting) December 3, 2022
"I am feeling great this morning and I am all shiny. I had my little mate JL looking after me and I'm back here shiny and new this morning. Ready for a good day of Test cricket after missing the best part of yesterday" posted Ricky Ponting on his Twitter page. Ricky Ponting also reminded about several incidents that took place in the last 12-18 months. He said that his mates are well aware of the heart health in particular. He also reminded about thhe deaths of players Dean Jones, Rod Marsh and Shane Warne. Ricky Ponting celebrated along with his teammates early this year decided to take great health care themselves after the loss of Marsh, Warne and Andrew Symonds.