Former England all-rounder Tim Bresnan announced his retirement from cricket, his County Club Warwickshire Cricket confirmed on Monday.
Tim Bresnan said that umpire Rod Tucker even had to step up his security due to the death threats.
Moeen Ali, Jos Buttler and four others have been awarded their first England contracts. Jonathan Trott, Matt Prior and axed Kevin Pietersen were among the players to lose central-contract status.
Rising star Jason Roy was hit on the hand while batting for Surrey against New Zealand A at The Oval and had to be taken to hospital, although an X-ray revealed that he had not broken any bones.
Jason Roy, the top-scorer in the Natwest t20 Blast was named in England's 14-member squad. The one-off T20 international between India and England will be played at Edgbaston on September 7.
Bresnan could push for a spot in Adelaide but would more likely be in the calculations for the third Test in Perth, where the bounce and pace of the wicket suits fast bowlers.
Twice an Ashes-winner, Bresnan when fit fills the tricky position of third seamer in a four-man attack and the Yorkshireman played a key role during England's 2010/11 3-1 series win in Australia.
Anderson was one of several key players left out of the England squad for the forthcoming five-match one-day international series against Australia.
Warne claimed that England had taken an unbeatable 3-0 lead in the Ashes in spite, rather than because, of Cook's "way too cautious" captaincy.
The first England match Tim Bresnan will miss is next week's fifth and final Test against Australia at The Oval in south London starting on Wednesday, August 21.