Concerned but no reason to doubt Hyderabad Test won't go ahead: Cricket Australia
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Sutherland also refuted suggestions that the incident would distract Australian cricketers from the job at hand.
"These guys are professional sportsmen and part of that is preparing yourself in being able to manage distractions. You need to perform at the best of your ability and you wouldn't get to this level unless you are able to do that," he explained.
"I am very confident that the team is focussed on what they have got ahead this week in Chennai. At the same time, they are very confident to leave it on the management to focus with any other issues," he said.
Australia are scheduled to play four Tests against India leading into the Ashes series during the English summer.
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