BCCI Finalize The Date of Bumrah’s Return On The Cricket Field

The injury of India’s premium pacer Jasprit Bumrah remains a big headache for the Indian team. It is difficult to announce the exact date when Jasprit Bumrah will return to the field. Jasprit Bumrah, engaging with a back injury, played his last match against Australia on 25th September last year. Since then, everyone has been waiting for his return to action.

According to the latest media reports, right-arm fast bowler Jasprit Bumrah will likely avoid cricketing action for six months. This means Jasprit Bumrah could miss the upcoming edition of the Indian Premier League, World Test Championship final (if India qualifies), and the Asia Cup 2023.

According to BCCI sources, Bumrah’s surgery was performed by Dr. Rowen Schouten, a specialist in hip replacement surgery and spinal issues. Jasprit Bumrah has undergone surgery in Christchurch city of New Zealand. As per the sources, Bumrah will stay away from the game for six months, which means he will not be able to play in the Asia Cup. If all goes well, he will make a comeback only in the ICC Men’s ODI World Cup 2023, to be held in India in October-November.

Jasprit Bumrah’s fitness is important for the Indian team because of the prestigious ICC Men’s ODI World Cup 2023. If Bumrah is fit for the World Cup, it will be nothing less than a booster dose for the Indian team because he can rock the new and old balls.

Bumrah’s Yorker deliveries are difficult to play, and he is nothing less than a nightmare for the batter. Indian fans will pray that Jasprit Bumrah gets fit in time to lead the pace attack in the World Cup along with Mohammed Shami and Mohammed Siraj.

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