BCCI Secretary Jay Shah informed that Hardik Pandya’s recovery from an ankle injury, incurred during the ODI World Cup against Bangladesh, is undergoing daily monitoring at the NCA.
Jay Shah addressed Hardik Pandya’s fitness status, revealing ongoing day-to-day monitoring at the National Cricket Academy (NCA) following Pandya’s ankle injury during the ODI World Cup against Bangladesh. Pandya’s absence was notable in the T20I series against Australia and his exclusion from the South Africa tour.
Shah highlighted the crucial role Pandya plays in the Indian team and shared optimism about his recovery, stating, “We are monitoring his day-to-day. He is at the NCA and he is working very hard. We shall let you know once he is back to full fitness. He could be fit even before the Afghanistan series.”
Recent reports unveiled an 18-week specialized training regimen tailored exclusively for Hardik Pandya, meticulously crafted by the National Cricket Academy (NCA). Each day’s routine until March serves a specific purpose, incorporating cardio, strength training, functional workouts, and adequate rest to gauge his body’s response. Notably, this approach mirrors the strategies used for injured players like Jasprit Bumrah, Shreyas Iyer, and KL Rahul in the past.
Addressing concerns about the T20 World Cup captaincy, Shah emphasized the need for patience, highlighting the upcoming IPL and Afghanistan T20Is as crucial milestones before making any clarifications regarding leadership roles for the tournament scheduled in June.
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Last Updated on December 10, 2023
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