star batsman of team india KL Rahul Preparing to return to the team. After recovering from knee surgery, he has resumed his training with full force. Rahul is currently out of the team due to a thigh injury. He suffered an injury while playing for Lucknow Super Giants (LSG) in this year’s Indian Premier League (IPL 2023). After a successful operation in England in May, he returned to Bengaluru to begin his recovery. National Cricket Academy (NCA) Reported to. The recent video posted by Rahul on his Instagram account indicated that he is fully fit and is all set to return to India.
video viral on social media
In the video shared on social media, KL Rahul can be seen hitting some big shots while batting in the nets. The clip also shows the player showing off the rest of his training session. Earlier, Rahul had posted a picture in which he was seen resting after a training session. KL Rahul has made solid contributions for India in the World Test Championship (WTC) 2021-23 cycle. He scored 636 runs in 11 matches at an average of 30.28. He scored two centuries and two fifties in 21 innings, with his best score being 129.
five main players injured
The LSG captain was injured in the match against Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) on 1 May. Chasing a ball in the outfield in the second over, he caught it on his thigh and then limped off the field. Recently, the Board of Control for Cricket in India had also released the health update of its five injured players. BCCI has expressed hope that soon Rishabh Pant, Jasprit Bumrah, KL Rahul, Shreyas Iyer and the famous Krishna can return to the team. All five players are undergoing rehabilitation at NCA.
Bumrah will also return
In the medical and fitness updates issued by the BCCI on the five players currently undergoing rehabilitation at the National Cricket Academy in Bengaluru, Jasprit Bumrah and Prasidh Krishna were told that both the fast bowlers are in the final stages of their rehabilitation and are bowling with full intensity in the nets. The pair will now play some practice matches, which will be organized by the NCA. The BCCI medical team is happy with his progress and will take a final call after assessing him after the warm-up games.
BCCI gave update on KL Rahul
The BCCI informed that KL Rahul and Shreyas Iyer have resumed batting in the nets and are currently undergoing strength and fitness exercises. The BCCI medical team is satisfied with his progress and will look to increase his intensity in the days to come, both in terms of skill and strength and conditioning. At the same time, Rishabh Pant has made significant progress in his rehabilitation and has started keeping as well as batting in the nets. He is currently following a fitness program designed for him which includes strength, flexibility and running.
asia cup full schedule
30 August – Pakistan v Nepal, Multan (Pakistan)
31 August – Bangladesh v Sri Lanka, Kandy (Sri Lanka)
2 September – Pakistan v India, Kandy (Sri Lanka)
3 September – Bangladesh v Afghanistan, Lahore (Pakistan)
4 September – India v Nepal, Kandy (Sri Lanka)
5 September – Afghanistan v Sri Lanka, Lahore (Pakistan)
6 September – A1 v B1, Lahore (Pakistan)
9 September – B1 v B2, Colombo (Sri Lanka)
10 September – A1 v A2, Colombo (Sri Lanka)
12 September – A2 v B1, Colombo (Sri Lanka)
14 September – A1 v B1, Colombo (Sri Lanka)
15 September – A1 v B2, Colombo (Sri Lanka)
17 September – Final, Colombo (Sri Lanka)