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because if a bowler with a history of back injuries needs to put together a season or half of decent performances before being considered ready to step up then so does a bloke with head issues. It's no comfort to a test side if a bloke opts out half way through a game with mental health issues any more than it is with back issues. Play a full season/ X games without dropping out then get a call up ffs.Why not? All of you mental health experts need to take a break. He has said he has worked really hard on his health this year and stated that he is ready for Test cricket should the selectors call. That's enough for me to want to see a 'once in a generation batsman' play for Australia
You're about to play the (albeit far inferior) number two side in the world. You don't get nice vibe points for picking a kid who might throw it in half way through the first test because you get extra kudos from Beyond Blue ffs.