Wriddhiman treatment wasn’t botched up at NCA, injury suffered during IPL

first_imgWriddhiman Saha is set to undergo surgery within 10 days in United Kingdom. Contrary to media reports, his treatment was not botched up in the National Cricket Academy. In fact, India’s Test wicketkeeper sustained the injury during the 2018 IPL when he dived full length,It is understood that injections are not working anymore and surgery is the only option.Saha was not named in the Indian squad for the first three Tests against England beginning in August. It is now almost certain he will miss the remaining two Tests of the five-match series and might even be ruled out of the Australia series later in the year.Earlier, media reports suggested that Saha’s rehabilitation was goof-up.”Wriddhiman’s rehabilitation has been a complete goof up. The NCA physio has bungled it big time. Now only a surgery can put him back on track. Once he is done with surgery, he will not touch the bat for at least two months and then rehab will start,” a senior BCCI official told PTI.’Wriddhiman Saha’s rehabilitation has been a complete goof up'”He thought that possibly he could play against England with a good rehab at NCA and take it from there. But at NCA, training under a senior physio aggravated it further,” the official further alleged. “Isn’t it weird that a hairline fracture was taking two months to heal? No one probed the actual reason. Now he requires a major surgery and we can’t put a date on his comeback.”Saha, on his Twitter page, had recently posted that he was “going through a bad phase” but expects to come back strong.advertisementpic.twitter.com/vp83ZwF3NSWriddhiman Saha (@Wriddhipops) July 19, 2018last_img

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