Rishabh Pant misses World Cup 2023 injury update likely to undergo knee ligament surgery

Rishabh Pant, World Cup 2023: It is difficult for the cricketer Rishabh Pant, who was badly injured in a car accident two weeks ago, to return to the field for the next 6 months. He may also miss the World Cup to be held in October-November this year. This report has come to the fore after his latest health update.

In the car accident, three important ligaments of Rishabh Pant’s knee were broken. Two of these surgeries have been done while the third ligament surgery will have to wait for at least 6 weeks, this wait may also increase. That is, it will take two months for the third surgery itself. After this, he will have to stay on rest for a long time.

Doctors have not given any timeline regarding when Pant will be able to resume his training, but considering his health update, surgery and rest time, BCCI and selectors have come to the conclusion that this batsman will be at least 6 Will not be able to return to the field for a month. After being away from the field for a long time, whether he is able to play in his old style or not, he will also have to give some time for this. In such a situation, it seems difficult for him to be available for the World Cup 2023.

Rishabh Pant’s alternatives
In the absence of Rishabh Pant, Team India will have two big options in white ball cricket, Sanju Samson and Ishaan Kishan. If Rishabh is not fit till World Cup 2023, then these two wicket-keeper batsmen can replace him. At the same time, KS Bharat will remain his option in red ball cricket.

Already out of IPL
Rishabh Pant will not play IPL this year. This has already been officially confirmed. Delhi Capitals is also considering making David Warner the captain as his alternative. At the same time, Sarfaraz Khan can play the role of wicketkeeper.

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