Jasprit Bumrah & Shreyas Iyer’s Comeback Date Is Announced, Check Out The Full Report

In a promising update from the National Cricket Academy (NCA), Indian cricket fans have a reason to rejoice as star fast bowler Jasprit Bumrah and middle-order batsman Shreyas Iyer are making impressive strides in their recoveries. Both players, who underwent surgeries for back injuries, are currently rehabilitating at the NCA with their sights set on making a comeback in time for the prestigious Asia Cup in September.

Jasprit Bumrah, known for his lethal bowling, has been battling a recurring back injury that has kept him away from the cricketing arena since September last year. After undergoing surgery in New Zealand in March, Bumrah has diligently worked with the NCA medical staff to regain full fitness. His rehabilitation has focused on intensive physiotherapy sessions to strengthen his back and ensure a careful and calculated recovery process.

Encouragingly, Bumrah has recently started light bowling workloads and is expected to increase his workload gradually. With unwavering determination, Bumrah is making steady progress on his path to return to the national team.

Shreyas Iyer, an integral part of India’s middle order, faced a setback with a bulging disc in his lower back that forced him to withdraw from the final Test of the Border-Gavaskar Trophy in March and subsequently miss the IPL 2023.

However, after undergoing surgery in London in May, Iyer is undergoing rigorous physiotherapy at the NCA. The dedicated efforts of the medical staff are focused on rebuilding his strength and mobility, ensuring a complete recovery for the talented batsman. With his eyes set on representing the national team again, Iyer’s determination and perseverance shine through in his rehabilitation journey.

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There is growing optimism within the NCA camp as the medical staff expresses confidence in both Bumrah and Iyer being available for the highly anticipated Asia Cup in September. While the road to recovery may present challenges, the unwavering commitment displayed by these two cricketers fuels their aspirations to gain national colors.

The news of Jasprit Bumrah and Shreyas Iyer’s progress in their respective recoveries brings immense joy to Indian cricket enthusiasts. As both players work tirelessly under the guidance of the NCA medical staff, the possibility of their return to the Asia Cup 2023 becomes increasingly hopeful.

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