Daniel Carter is in doubt to play any part in the Rugby Championship as the All Blacks flyhalf battles to recover from a broken leg. The 32-year-old, who has not played for the All Blacks since last November, had a sabbatical from all rugby for the first six months of this year, then broke his leg against the New South Wales Waratahs in the Super Rugby final. The All Blacks had hoped to have him back for their final two matches in the southern hemisphere's Rugby Championship, away to Argentina on Sept. 27 and South Africa on Oct. 4, but assistant coach Ian Foster suggested he may not be ready. I doubt we will see him in the Rugby Championship, but he is on track and we will see in the next week or two," Foster told reporters in Wellington on Tuesday. Click here to read full news..