Bhuvneshwar Kumar, the Indian player who has been haunted by injuries, has experienced a games hernia medical procedure in London and will start recuperating at the National Cricket Academy(NCA) to make a comeback to the Indian squad the BCCI said on Thursday. Though the BCCI did not mention any schedule for his recovery, it is expected that he will play active cricket during the IPL, which is scheduled to begin from March 29. In the IPL, Bhuvneshwar is going to play for Sunrisers Hyderabad.
Board of control for Cricket in India’s statement:
“Quick bowler Bhuvneshwar Kumar ventured out to London on ninth January and experienced a fruitful game hernia medical procedure on eleventh January. Group India Physiotherapist Yogesh Parmar became helped him to get better”, stated the board secretary Jay Shah.
“Bhuvneshwar will come back to India and take up his restoration at the countrywide Cricket Academy (NCA) in Bengaluru,” according to a BCCI statement.
He was not named in the T20 squad for the forthcoming tour to New Zealand because of his injury.
The 29-year-old has played 43 T20Is, 114 ODIs and 21 Tests for India. He missed the ODI series against West Indies,
Bhuvneshwar made available for all formats:
Additionally, on Wednesday as revealed by PTI, the BCCI the young batsman Prithvi Shaw left for New Zealand to join the India A’ team following his recovery for shoulder damage.
He has left for New Zealand and will before long India A,” the BCCI said.
The India A team will play three one-dayers and two unofficial Tests during the tour, which will start from January 22.