Renshaw not the only one to suffer stomach trouble!

Not only does Test cricket show a player's true technique, but it also tests one's physical abilities. Playing in India has never been easy for any visiting side, and the heat is one of the greatest challenges they face. Matt Renshaw found that out the hard way, when he had to retire ill halfway into his sub-continental debut due to a stomach bug. Here is a look at some other instances when Aussies had to fight stomach troubles. Photo: K. Murali Kumar
Dean Jones played a brilliant innings of 210 in Chennai, but he had to fight dehydration and captain Allan Border refused to let him leave the field. He was vomitting on the side of the pitch and was put on saline drip at the end of day's play. Photo: Nagara Gopal
Also in Chennai, this time in 2013. The explosive opener had to give up the opening slot because of a bout of gastro. Photo: PTI
The Australian captain in 2007 vomitted and had diarrhoea a night before a One-Day International, but still came out to score a century the next day in Bangalore. Photo: AP
Again in Bangalore, Mark Waugh, struggling with a stomach bug, couldn't get out of the bed. But he still managed to score a magnificent 153 against India. Photo: K. Bhagya Prakash