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Australia batsman David Warner has pledged his support for England's Jonathan Trott after he suffered a relapse of a stress-related illness.
England batsman Jonathan Trott is to take a second break from all cricket with immediate effect.
England batsman opens up to Sky Sports on his troubles
Jonathan Trott says mental and physical burn out, not depression, was to blame for him leaving the Ashes tour, and he wants to play for England again as soon as possible.
Jonathan Trott is expected to make his return to competitive cricket in April and is hungry to get his place in the England side back.
Former Derbyshire and Lancashire star Luke Sutton says Jonathan Trott will have found the decision to quit the Ashes tour because of a stress-related illness an "extremely difficult" one.