Rishabh Pant Video: Rishabh Pant is seen continuously trying to make a comeback on the cricket field. On December 30, 2022, Indian wicketkeeper Batter was seriously injured in a car accident. Pant was badly hurt in his leg. But now he has almost recovered. Pant was not able to even walk after the surgery due to the accident and now he is running without support. Pant has once again tried to remind him of this journey.
Pant shared a video through social media. In the video, Pant has tried to show his journey after the accident. It can be seen in the video that Pant is first seen walking with his injured leg and with support and then a transition occurs, after which Pant is seen running. Through the video, Pant wants to tell how far he has traveled.
Captioning the video, Pant wrote, “Looks like you forgot. Let me remind you. Remember when it was difficult and heavy and you felt scared and still walked alone?”
“When you didn't have answers and couldn't see a way out and wanted to give up? You're still going. Never forget that.”
Looks like you forgot.
let me remind you…
Remember when it was hard and it was overwhelming and you felt scared and yet you walked alone?
Then you didn't have the answers and couldn't see the way out and wanted to give up?
You still kept walking.
— Rishabh Pant (@RishabhPant17) 12 February 2024
May return through IPL 2024
Let us tell you that now more than a year has passed since Pant was away from cricket. Some media reports that surfaced earlier had claimed that Pant would make a comeback through the Test series being played against England from January 2024, but this did not happen.
But Pant's comeback through IPL 2024 seems almost certain. Regarding Rishabh Pant, who plays for Delhi Capitals, Ricky Ponting had said that he is very excited to play. He wants to play the full 14 matches of the season. However, official information about Pant playing in IPL has not been revealed yet.
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