Jasprit Bumrah Teases a Comeback on Instagram,In Advance of The 2023 ICC World Cup

Jasprit Bumrah teased a comeback on Instagram,In advance of the 2023 ICC World Cup. Jasprit Bumrah, an Indian pacer who hasn’t played since September 2022, suggested that he would recover quickly after missing the ICC World Test Championship (WTC) championship match. Bumrah shared a picture of his sports shoes, giving the impression that he is ready to pick up bowling again after a long hiatus. In the caption, Bumrah wrote, “Hello friend, we will meet again.”

The ICC Men’s T20 World Cup in Australia in 2022 and the Asia Cup, where Bumrah last competed for India, were both missed by the player. He was supposed to return in January of this year for the domestic series against Sri Lanka, but he was sadly sidelined due to back discomfort.

During the second week of April, he had successful surgery on his lower back in New Zealand. He has begun his rehabilitation at the National Cricket Academy (NCA) in Bengaluru and is currently pain-free. Despite the fact that Bumrah is anticipated to be out for at least six weeks, the BCCI is optimistic that he will be ready for the Asia Cup in September 2023.

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Jasprit Bumrah Teases a Comeback on Instagram,In Advance of The 2023 ICC World Cup

Bumrah has been unable to join the Indian team since October 2022, and his return to the pitch is keenly anticipated by the crowd. The 29-year-old’s lower back initially became injured in August, keeping him from competing in the 2022 Asia Cup. After playing two T20Is against Australia in September, Bumrah suffered a second lower back injury. For the Mumbai Indians (MI), he recently missed the entire Indian Premier League (IPL) season.

Jasprit Bumrah underwent successful lower back surgery in New Zealand, and he is currently pain-free. According to the fast bowler’s specialist’s recommendation, the fast bowler should begin his rehabilitation six weeks after surgery. As a result, Bumrah started his rehab treatment at the National Cricket Academy (NCA) in Bengaluru on Friday, according to the BCCI’s most recent report on Bumrah, which was published on April 15.

Bumrah has been out of competitive cricket since September 2022 due to a stress fracture in his lower back. India’s bowling attack in both the World T20 Cup final and the World Test Championship final last month suffered from his absence.

Fans of Jasprit Bumrah on Twitter have been eagerly awaiting his return, so it goes without saying that they were overjoyed to see the speedster upload the video teasing his impending return to Team India.

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