In addition to providing an update on his “successful” right knee operation, injured India all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja stated on Tuesday that he would shortly begin his rehabilitation.
PTI was the first to announce that the 33-year-old would miss the current Asia Cup due to a “severe” knee ailment.
“The procedure went well. I’ll soon begin my rehabilitation, and I’ll work to return as soon as I can “The top all-arounder posted pictures from the hospital along with writing on Instagram.
“The BCCI, my teammates, the support staff, the physios, the medics, and the supporters are just a few of the people we should appreciate for their help and support. I appreciate all of your warm words, and “Added he.
Before being ruled out before to the Super 4 round, Jadeja was instrumental in India’s five-wicket victory against Pakistan in the Asia Cup opener. He also participated in India’s match against Hong Kong.
A senior BCCI official had earlier declared him ineligible for an indeterminate amount of time, calling the procedure a significant one.
Rahul Dravid, the head coach of Team India, was evasive when asked if Jadeja would be able to return for the upcoming T20 World Cup in Australia.
Given that the World Cup is now six to seven weeks away, Dravid has said, “I don’t want to rule him out, make too many statements till I have a lot clearer image or better notion.”