Australian fast bowler James Pattinson will miss the rest of the summer with a rib injury.
It's the second consecutive Australian summer that Pattinson has been forced onto the sidelines by injury.
"James Pattinson sustained a left lower rib injury, similar to a side strain ... which will effectively rule him out of contention for the remaining Tests this summer," Australian team physiotherapist Alex Kountouris said on Sunday in a statement.
"Whilst side strains are not uncommon in bowlers, James' injury involves some damage to the end of the rib and will need further investigation at the completion of this Test to determine the best course of management and the timeframe to return to bowling."
Former Australian fast bowler Brett Lee believes young fast bowlers are putting too much emphasis on bulking up in the gym and James Pattinson might be paying the price for being too big.
Australia is desperate to get him and fellow young gun Pat Cummins right for next year's Ashes.
Pattinson cuts an imposing physical figure at the crease and Lee said, during his own highly successful Test career, he found himself most effective when carrying less upper-body muscle.
''I reckon there's too much emphasis on strength and conditioning, getting in the gym being nice and strong,'' Lee said.
''I know me personally, I was the opposite. I was my quickest when I was whippy.
''I bowled 160km/h without lifting a weight.
''Patto at 22, he's a solid unit. I'm not saying that's a bad thing but I just think personally guys sometimes are a bit too tight doing squats and lat-pulls and that type of stuff.
''Sometimes I reckon that can be detrimental to their conditioning.
''As long as they're doing smart weights, not real big heavy lifting weights. I personally found sit ups and push ups and running was the best thing for me.''
Pattinson (0-41 from 9.1 overs) suffered the injury while bowling in tough conditions on Saturday.
Lee would prefer young bowlers were spending more time gaining fitness at training.
''The guys need to get their workload up in the nets to make sure when they do get out here on a flat wicket, their body isn't going what the hell is going on?''
Lee was plagued by injuries for the second half of his Test career.
The recently retired quick can relate to what Pattinson is going through as he suffered a similar injury on the 2009 Ashes tour.
''The issue you've got when you're a fast bowler is that you actually cool down and the bottom of your rib hits the top of your hip bone ... it can fracture a bit of the bottom of the rib off. Going on the report I've read I think that's what's happened,'' said Lee, who believes recovery will be key for Pattinson ahead of going to England.
''I just hope for his sake it's not too bad because it's a pretty awesome sight seeing Patto run into bowl.
''They've obviously got to be smart with the way they manage him but he's in very good hands with (team physio) Alex Kountouris.
''He's definitely got time on his side, he won't be rushed back.''
Pattinson batted for Australia on Sunday's fourth day of the second Test in Adelaide, but his return to bowling beyond this summer is up in the air.