Ambrose reveals depression battle
Tim Ambrose, the former England wicketkeeper, has revealed his battle against depression that almost ended his professional career.
Ambrose, 29, who played 11 Tests , five ODIs and a T20 for England, has spoken openly about achieving his life-long ambition of playing international cricket was followed by him losing “all direction” and believing his career was over in 2010.
“I was awake 24 hours a day, with things going around in my head,” he told the Daily Telegraph. “I was beyond miserable. It felt like I had this duvet that was soaking wet wrapped around me, and I couldn’t get it…
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