Indian wicketkeeper-batsman Rishabh Pant’s road to full recovery has been progressing positively after a freak car accident in December 2022. Pant suffered multiple injuries to his head and back and a ligament tear in his right knee. However, recent reports indicate that the dashing cricketer is now easily facing deliveries over 140 kmph. He has been diligently refining his skills behind the National Cricket Academy (NCA) stumps.
As Pant continues his remarkable comeback, KL Rahul and Shreyas Iyer are also nearing full fitness, sharing videos of their training on social media and aiming to make their return to the Indian team ahead of the ODI World Cup later this year.
Rishabh Pant’s determination to make a complete recovery has been commendable. The young cricketer suffered significant injuries after his near-death experience in the car accident, but he has been diligently working on his rehabilitation at the NCA. Facing deliveries with speeds over 140 kmph is a testament to his progress, and he is now focusing on improving his quick body movements, aiming to achieve further milestones in the coming months.
While speaking with RevSports, the source said, “Rishabh has been making a fine recovery. He has started to take on deliveries with speed excess to 140 kmph. We all are delighted with the way he has been crossing every hurdle in his recovery. He is keeping well. His next target will be to focus on larger and quicker body movements, which we aim to achieve in the next couple of months.”
KL Rahul and Shreyas Iyer, two dynamic batters of the Indian cricket team, are also on their way to full recovery. Both players have been sharing glimpses of their training on social media, indicating that they are regaining their form and fitness. Their potential return to the team is a positive sign for India as they prepare for the ODI World Cup.
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