Sunday , June 13 2021

Injured Saha returns to the middle or the end of December



For most of the year due to injury, the Indian wicketkeeper Wriddhiman Saha said on Sunday that he expects to return to competitive cricket by the middle or end of December.

"I am much better than before, I expect to return by mid-December or the end of the year, and rehabilitation will keep this in mind, so I hope that if everything goes as planned, I will return to this time," Saha told the reporters in the margins of the introduction Wiki, a sports story based on wicketkeeper life.

"I started knocking on the net and throwing myself on dips, but I'm not fit yet."

Saha has been inactive since his last match in the Premier League (IPL) for Sunrisers Hyderabad in May due to numerous injuries, the main ones being broken fingers and shoulder problems.

There was also speculation about his injury, with accusations that appeared to have worsened due to botched rehabilitation.

The 34-year-old was initially excluded from the second and third test in South Africa because of hamstring injury before he missed the last stages of the IPL due to a finger injury which later turned out to be a broken thumb when he was excluded from the test match against Afghanistan.

Asked about his mental state during the rehabilitation process and what the return to the Indian team looks like, Saha said: "I have to stand in line like everyone else, I must play home cricket first and according to performances, I will try to return to the Indian team, I will also have to be elected. "

Saha went on to say that the leadership of the Indian team is in touch with him through the National Cricket Academy (NCA).

"I'm in touch with the team management through the NCA." Message sending ".

Provided he is able to return in December, Saha may approach the Bengal Ranji Trophy with the national season in progress.

Bengal will take part in Madhya Pradesh on Monday in the game Elite Group B.

During Sah's absence, the raging wicketkeeper Rishabh Pant made his debut on this year's tour of England.

After an uncertain start, the left-handed man shot a staggering hundred in the lead test. Then, in the first test in Rajkot, he carried out half a century against Windy and now he is sure in the side.

Saha played 32 tests and scored 1164 times, including three hundred.

(This story has not been modified by Devdiscourse employees and is generated automatically from the syndicated channel).


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