Rishabh Pant is currently being treated at Kokilaben Hospital in Mumbai after being airlifted out of Dehradun. The medical staff in Mumbai examined him when he arrived and discovered that his condition was stable. In his knee, he tore two ligaments. The extent of Rishabh Pant’s injury is understood, but the BCCI has not yet made any official statements on when he will be able to return to the field of play or how serious it is. However, some media reports claim that Pant’s return to the field could take a whole year. If this occurs, Pant won’t be eligible to play in the IPL in 2023 or the ICC ODI World Cup later this year.
A source from the BCCI medical team was cited by Inside Sports as saying that Pant’s return to the field is expected to take at least 8 to 9 months. This implies that in addition to the 2023 IPL, he will miss the Asia Cup and the ODI World Cup in October.
Dr. Dinshaw Pardiwala oversaw a medical team who evaluated Pant on Thursday morning. According to authorities, an MRI or surgery cannot be done until the swelling subsides. Pant has a serious ligament damage, and it will take him at least 8 to 9 months to fully recuperate and get back to his usual training regimen, according to medical experts.
According to a source close to the BCCI medical team, we are unable to say how serious the injury is at this moment. Despite the possibility that Pant’s condition would improve over the course of the next three to four days, hospital staff members believe that Pant’s ligament injury is serious. And the amount of fieldwork the wicketkeeper must perform. He might have to wait 8 to 9 months before he can return to the field.
Dr. Dinshaw Pardiwala, a physician in Mumbai who has previously cared for athletes including Sachin Tendulkar, Yuvraj Singh, Jasprit Bumrah, and Ravindra Jadeja, is currently treating Rishabh Pant. Kokilaben Hospital in the Mumbai area of Andheri is providing care for Pardiwala. Director of the Center for Sports Medicine’s Arthroscopy and Shoulder Service In order to meet his mother in Roorkee, Uttarakhand, on December 30, at 5.30 am, Rishabh Pant was driving when his car struck a road divider. He survived the collision unscathed, even though his car caught fire.