Jaipreet Bumrah, the leading fast bowler of the Indian team, is currently out of the team. He missed many important series due to injury. However, for the past few days he has been seen getting fit at the National Cricket Academy in Bangalore. Here he started training and important information about his fitness has come to light. This information about Bumrah’s fitness came to light as soon as the ODI World Cup 2023 schedule was announced on Tuesday (June 27).
According to media reports, Jasprit Bumrah bowled 7 overs in a practice session at NCA. However, there is still no answer as to when he will return to the Indian team after recovering from the injury. Bumrah underwent a major surgery in March 2023 due to a persistent back injury. Since then he started regaining his fitness. Information about this was received from a reliable source who is watching the entire sequence of events.
According to the source, “It is not appropriate to set any limits on this kind of injury. It is necessary to keep a constant eye on the players. We can say that Bumrah is recovering well from injury. He has bowled seven overs in the NCA nets. He is constantly increasing his workload. In the early days, he tried to switch from light workouts to bowling.”
“He will play some warm-up matches in the next month and his fitness will be closely monitored then. It is not worth rushing for him. Playing a practice match in NCA is a good decision. Because it can be tailored according to need. He should play domestic cricket before returning to international cricket,” the source added.
Meanwhile, apart from Bumrah, KL Rahul and Shreyas Iyer are also working on their injuries at the NCA. Both these players are also progressing well. Rahul has undergone thigh surgery while Shreyas Iyer has undergone back surgery in London. The ODI World Cup will start on October 5 and the fitness of these Indian players will be important for the team.
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