Jasprit Bumrah's back surgery successful: Operation done at Christchurch Hospital in New Zealand
Jasprit Bumrah's back surgery was successful: Operation done at Christchurch Hospital in New Zealand, can return after 24 weeks
Team India's out-of-favour fast bowler Jasprit Bumrah has undergone back surgery at Christchurch Hospital in New Zealand. It may take up to 24 weeks for them to recover. He will be available to bowl again in the nets in August. In such a situation, if India reaches the final of the World Test Championship, then Bumrah will not be able to play. There is doubt about his playing in the Asia Cup as well.
However, no statement has come from the BCCI (Board of Control for Cricket in India) regarding the return of Jasprit Bumrah. But according to media reports, it may take time for him to recover completely.
Bumrah's surgery has been done by Dr. Rowan Sketel, a renowned orthopedic surgeon from New Zealand. In the past, he has treated James Pattinson, Jehan Behrendorff and even England fast bowler Jofra Archer. According to information, Shane Bond, the bowling coach of the IPL team Mumbai Indians, had advised Bumrah to undergo surgery with Dr. Rowan Scuttle. Bumrah is also a part of the Mumbai Indians team. Bond was also very troubled by injury during his career and he got his treatment done in the same hospital in Christchurch.
Bumrah was ruled out of the team in September last year due to injury. After that, he had to leave the Asia Cup and T20 World Cup. Jaspreet played the last match against Australia on 25 September in Hyderabad.
According to the report, Bumrah can now make a comeback in the ODI World Cup to be held later this year. According to reports, the BCCI and the team management have set a target of getting Bumrah back in the ODI World Cup this year. The ODI World Cup is to be held in India in October-November this year.
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