- Mumbai Indians all-rounder Hardik Pandya underwent back surgery in October, has been away from cricket ever since.
Indian all-rounder Hardik Pandya will return to cricket from the IPL after about 10 months. Pandya has been away from cricket since October due to back surgery. He has also started training in UAE with his Mumbai Indians team. This time due to Corona, IPL is to be held in UAE from 19 September to 10 November.
Recently 13 people including 2 players from Chennai Super Kings (CSK) were found to be Corona positive. On this, Pandya said that he is not too worried about it. My whole focus is to enjoy the game in the IPL by following the guidelines.
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Pandya Played the Last Match on 22 September 2019
Pandya underwent her back surgery in October last year. He has since abstained from cricket. He played the last T20 International match against South Africa in Bengaluru on 22 September.
Not Nervous, Excited
Pandya told the news agency, “I am excited to come back after lumbre break rather than being nervous.” I have been away from cricket for 10 months. After back surgery, I have worked hard to get fitness. Now I am eager to show my hard work on the field. ”He said that during the lockdown he worked on fitness in his home gym. Because you are fit, a lot of things go well. Hardik Pandya Return to Cricket.
CSK’s Second Corona Test Negative of 13 People
Recently, 13 people, including 2 CSK players, were corona positive. After this, the second test of all has come out negative on Tuesday. Soon all the players will start practice. Earlier, team member Suresh Raina withdrew from the tournament. At the same time, suspense remains on playing Harbhajan Singh. Apart from this, Australian fast bowler Josh Hazlewood has also expressed concern about the growing Corona cases.