World Test Championship 2023- Team India midfielder and Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) skipper Shreyas Iyer has undergone successful back surgery in the UK. For the recovery part, Iyer will be forced to miss his entire IPL 2023 and World Test Championship (WTC) finals at London’s Oval in June. The Indian Times reports that Iyer underwent back surgery in London on Tuesday.
The 28-year-old is expected to miss three months of training before his return, ideally for his ODI World Cup in India in 2023, and Gavaskar plans to make a full recovery before failing to win his trophy. Iyer, who participated in the opening two days of the recent friendly against Australia in Ahmedabad, was sidelined.
Jasprit Bumrah recovers in NCA
Team India has been plagued with injuries lately. Not only Shreyas Iyer but also Indian pace ace Jasprit Bumrah recently underwent surgery.
The Indian Cricket Control Board (BCCI) is optimistic that Jaspirit Bumrah will be a perfect fit for the 2023 ODI World Cup. The Speedsters were put under the knife late in the season in New Zealand. A fast right-handed bowler, he is back in the NCA in preparation for the ODI World Championship, and the BCCI is preparing his recovery plan.
For those who don’t know, Bumrah last competed in India in October 2022. The Mumbai Indians pacemaker has since missed the Asian Cup and the T20 World Cup. The fast bowler was selected by Sri Lanka for his series, but the BCCI paid the price for being pushed too fast when back problems worsened again.
Iyer’s surgery came after recurring back problems caused him to miss many caps. Despite returning to the Border Gavaskar Trophy (BGT) in 2023, the 28-year-old was forced to retire after the first two days of the final test due to a recurrence of a back injury. was also eliminated from the three-game ODI series. Iyer is India’s key player in the ODIs and was the team’s top scorer in last year’s 50-over format. Given his influence and his ODI World Championship at home, the Indian management wanted him to start treatment as soon as possible to give him enough time to regain full fitness. decided to receive.
The announcement of Iyer’s manipulation came earlier this week in a statement released by the Indian Cricket Control Commission (BCCI) on its official website.
BCCI said it expects to submit his WTC Finals roster by May 7, with May 22 being the deadline for final changes. However, with IPL 2023 in full swing, the BCCI is unable to hire a selector in the short term. Instead, Chetan Sharma’s replacement will only arrive before the 2023 Asian Cup.
After his T20 World Cup in 2021, India was forced to work with just his four selectors. As recently as January, BCCI renewed its selection committee with Sharma. But now that he has stepped down, the Indian cricket team is back to four members. BCCI also needs to call back shortlisted candidates or invite them to submit new applications.
With the 2024 T20 World Championship just around the corner, the BCCI may hire someone with experience playing the game. We believe that someone with experience playing the format should be involved. Why is the selector so hard to find?
BCCI had over 1000 applications for him, but not many were highly qualified.
The reason established players do not participate is due to conflict of interest issues.
The selector may not comment, associate with his IPL, or run his own business or academy.
The chief selector’s salary is 1 crore and the other selector’s salary is 9 lakh, so not many people are interested. IPL comment stays are more expensive for 3 months. I also occasionally work as a commentator on bilateral series.
Former Indian star spinner Harbhajan Singh said the BCCI needs to hire someone as senior as his head coach. But chief selectors should be paid just like head coaches.
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