"There's a chance I could never play again," admitted Australian captain Michael Clarke after Australia's remarkable victory in the first Test against India at the Adelaide Oval.<p></p><p></p>As reported by Cricket Australia's official website, Clarke spoke about his injury problem after the match.<p></p><p></p>"The scans are not great," Clarke told media after play.<p></p><p></p>"They've certainly shown a tear there - the experts are looking at the moment. I can pretty confidently say that I won't take part in this Test series unfortunately, and then I'll wait on the experts' advice and opinions on what I need to do to get back out on the park."<p></p><p></p>Clarke was in discomfort after he sprinted and bent down to stop a ball on the fifth day. He limped back to the dressing room and was immediately taken to hospital for scans.<p></p><p></p>Clarke might have rushed himself to return in international cricket but he is glad that he played this Test and played a huge role in the win.<p></p><p></p>"I don't have one regret (about playing this match), this was the most important Test match of my career," said Clarke referring to the passing of his close friend Phil Hughes.<p></p><p></p>Clarke's future remains doubtful and the 33-year old did admit it.<p></p><p></p>"I'll be guided by the experts and hopefully I get another opportunity to play throughout this summer."<p></p><p></p>"I don't know exactly how long I'm going to be out for - I think our first World Cup practice game is eight weeks away."<p></p><p></p>"I would love to take part in the Tri-Series (against India and England in January), I'd love to take part in the World Cup, but I just have to wait and see."<p></p><p></p>"There's a chance I could never play again - I hope that's not the case and I'll be doing everything in my power to get back out on the park, but I think I've got to be realistic as well."