Indian wicketkeeper Rishabh Pant will not be able to play ODI World Cup after IPL 2023. Pant (Rishabh Pant) is currently in Kokilaben Hospital in Mumbai.
BCCI is Trying Everything Possible:-
Where the BCCI is making every possible effort to get him the best treatment. Meanwhile, his injuries are awaited to heal.
Pant is all set to undergo ligament injury surgery as soon as his wound (Rishabh Pant Injury) heals. For this, he will have to stay away from cricket for several months.
Earlier, the BCCI had airlifted Pant from Dehradun to Mumbai. At the same time, under the supervision of Dinshaw Pardiwala, the treatment of Pant’s ligament injury is going on.
Pant’s treatment is going on at Kokilaben Hospital in Mumbai, but before that bad news has come out for his fans.
The news was received by quoting sources close to the team:-
In fact, after being badly injured in a car accident, sources close to the BCCI medical team had reported that the Indian wicket-keeper batsman may not return to the field for about 8-9 months.
At the same time, it is now being said that Pant will not only be able to play the Asia Cup along with IPL 2023, but he can also stay away from the ODI World Cup to be held in October.
Pant was examined on Thursday by a team of doctors led by Dr. Dinshaw Pardiwala. Meanwhile, sources said that the team of doctors feel that no MRI or surgery can be done until the swelling subsides.
It will take around 8-9 months for them to be completely normal:-
The experts at the hospital are of the view that Pant has suffered a severe ligament tear and it will take around 8-9 months for him to be completely back to normal.
Earlier, former Olympic champion Abhinav Bindra has praised the BCCI. In fact, the gold medalist said that the way BCCI is helping Rishabh Pant after the accident is commendable. Along with this, he also appealed to the board to provide psychologist to Pant.
Indian wicket-keeper batsman Rishabh Pant is set to undergo double surgery for ligament tears in his knee and ankle.
For this, he will have to stay away from cricket for about 9 months. But before that the Indian Cricket Board (BCCI) has shifted Pant to Kokilaben Hospital in Mumbai on Wednesday.