Coulter-Nile’s career has been marred with untimely injury setbacks, including a hamstring injury that ruled him out from the 2015 World Cup. @ Getty Images

Nathan Coulter-Nile is struggling to come to terms with last month’s vertigo attack during a Big Bash League (BBL) match that saw the Australia allrounder put on an IV drip in hospital.

Coulter-Nile, who left the Australia squad midway during the India tour for the berth of his second child, joined the team in Dubai for the ODI series against Pakistan which gets underway on Friday and wants to concentrate on the last assignment before the ICC World Cup 2019.

“I saw a vestibular physio and an ear, nose and throat specialist but they didn’t really give me much,” Coulter-Nile was quoted as saying by the Sydney Morning Herald on Thursday. (ALSO READ: Finch hasn’t let batting slump affect his captaincy,” reveals Coulter-Nile)

“I didn’t get a chance (to investigate it further). I had the vertigo and left for India a week later. So, I’ll get through this series, go home and try and really – I want to know the cause of why it happened. Because if I can stop it I will.”

Coulter-Nile’s career has been marred with untimely injury setbacks, including a hamstring injury that ruled him out from the 2015 World Cup. He knows that missing the global showpiece event in 2015 was “absolutely shattering”, but he’s now training more smartly to ensure his consistency. “You’re driven to play every World Cup, and not just play it but win it,” Coulter-Nile said. (ALSO READ: Aaron Finch ready to give up opening slot at World Cup)

“The World Cup is always going to be spoken about. It’s around the corner, people are vying for selection. But we’re just focused on winning this series like we won the last series. Hopefully we go into the World Cup with some form and we can play well.”