Varun’s Knees Are Not In Greatest Condition For T20-WC: BCCI

What Did BCCI Says About Varun Chakravarthy
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Varun Chakravarthy is a lethal weapon for any T20 team. The right arm mystery spin bowler has numerous variations under his belt and is a spinner who can take wickets and also halt the flow of runs. Read below to know What Did BCCI Says About Varun Chakravarthy

However, the Indian team is concerned before the 2021 T20 World Cup since Chakravarthy’s knee is in bad condition. According to BCCI sources, Chakravarthy is in discomfort, and the Indian team would not be considered playing him for the 2021 T20 World Cup.

According to the source, Chakravarthy may require rehabilitation to return to full fitness. The BCCI’s priority now is to guarantee that he is fit for the 2021 T20 World Cup.

Indian team management wouldn’t have taken the risk of playing Varun in T20-WC: BCCI source

“Varun’s knees are not in the greatest condition. He is in pain and trust me had it not been in a T20 World Cup, perhaps even Indian team management wouldn’t have taken the risk of playing him. To be 100 percent fit, he might later require an extensive rehab but right now, the focus will be on his pain management during T20 World Cup,” stated a BCCI source.

The BCCI insider went on to say that the Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) support staff has created a fitness and strength program for Varun Chakravarthy and that the KKR spinner is even provided pain killers so how he can manage to bowl four overs each game.

“As far as I know, the KKR’s support staff has prepared an elaborate strength and conditioning chart for Varun, which is a part of his larger injury management program. He also is administered pain killer injections so that he can bowl his four overs without much difficulty,” concluded the BCCI source.

Varun Chakravarthy has 15 wickets at an avg. of 23.33 in 13 IPL 2021 games.

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