Big Update On Suryakumar Yadav’s Injury; Indian Cricketer Shared A Heart-Touching Video

Geeta Kumar
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Suryakumar Yadav

Indian T20 team’s star batsman Suryakumar Yadav is completing his rehab these days. Surya captained the T20 series against South Africa last year.

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He Was Injured In The Series Against South Africa

Surya got injured during the third T20 match against South Africa in Johannesburg. In such a situation, Surya had to be carried back out of the field on his shoulders, after which he was out of the team. Due to this, the BCCI medical team had advised him to stay out for 7-8 days.

Stayed Out Of The Series Against Afghanistan

Surya is also out of the home T20 series against Afghanistan. Along with this, he is also suffering from a sports hernia, for which he will go for surgery. In such a situation, he will remain away from the field for some time. Now, Surya is expected to return to IPL 2024.

Shared Video Of Rehab

Surya has now shared a video on his social media during the rehabilitation of his leg injury, in which he is seen batting. Fans have got a lot of relief from this video of Surya. Fans have expressed hope for Surya’s return soon and expressed happiness.

Essential Part Of T20 World Cup Team

Let us tell you that Surya is an important part of the T20 World Cup team to be held on Caribbean soil and in America in June this year. Questions are constantly being raised about the captain of India. In such a situation, Rohit Sharma has returned to the T20 format after almost a year.

Rohit’s Return

After Rohit returns, he is expected to captain the World Cup. Meanwhile, even after Rishabh Pant is out of the field, questions are being raised about the wicketkeeper. Now, seeing when Surya returns to the field will be necessary.

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