Marcus Trescothick

  • Trescothick ready to help Trott 'suffering from burn out' April 20, 2014

    London: Former England opener Marcus Trescothick has said he is willing to help Jonathan Trott in his struggle with a stress-related illness after a similar condition ended his international career. Trott, who made a brief comeback after returning home following England's opening loss in a 5-0 Ashes reverse in Australia, announced...
  • Trott's 'con' disrespectful of real illness: Michael Vaughan March 17, 2014

    London: Jonathan Trott's assertion that mental and physical fatigue had forced him home from England's Ashes tour of Australia rather than depression felt like a "con" and would only convince his team-mates he had abandoned them, according to former England captain Michael Vaughan. The 32-year-old Trott abruptly left the tour after...
  • Is pressure taking a toll on international cricketers? November 26, 2013

    The debate has started again after England batsman Jonathan Trott returned home from the Ashes tour in Australia with a stress-related illness. ...
  • Trescothick backs Jonathan Trott's Ashes withdrawal November 25, 2013

    London: Former England batsman Marcus Trescothick said that Jonathan Trott had made the right decision to leave the Ashes tour due to a stress-related illness on Monday. The England and Wales Cricket Board announced that Trott, who played in England's heavy first-Test defeat in Brisbane, had left Australia and been granted...
  • Shane Watson's pull-out not a first for cricket tours March 12, 2013

    New Delhi: Tuesday in cricket was dominated by news emanating from India where four current members of the touring Australia part were removed from the squad for this week's third Test, following by the pullout of Shane Watson hours later. In the aftermath of Watson's withdrawal ahead of the Mohali...
  • Trescothick spearheads depression campaign September 17, 2012

    London: Former England batsman Marcus Trescothick is helping to spearhead a new campaign to help cricketers tackle depression and addictive behaviour. The Professional Cricketers' Association (PCA) have launched a series of six online 'Mind Matters' tutorials, covering subjects including alcohol and drug abuse, gambling, anxiety and suicide, and offering advice...
  • Former England player admits depression battle September 14, 2012

    London: Former England wicketkeeper Tim Ambrose admits he has endured a long battle with depression since losing his international place. Ambrose has not played for England since 2009 and he revealed on Friday that being cast into international exile left him at a low ebb.The 29-year-old played in the last of...