Head coach Rahul Dravid responds to messages about Jasprit Bumrah


Jasper Bumrah Fitness Update: Team India’s chances of winning the 2022 T20 World Cup took a major blow after star sailor Jasprit Bumrah was banned from the T20 series between India and South Africa due to a stress fracture in the back. Mohammed Siraj was named as Bumrah’s replacement in the team. A news story in PTI said Bumrah will be out of action for six months due to back pain.

Meanwhile, team India head coach Rahul Dravid said they were patient enough to keep an eye on pace Jasprit Bumrah’s recovery process, according to media reports.

“So from now on (Bumrah) is officially banned, as you know, from this series against South Africa. He has gone to the NCA. And we are waiting for the official confirmation of the next steps. So from now on he is officially out alone this series, but we’ll see what happens in the coming days. And once we have official confirmation, we can share that,” Dravid said in Guwahati ahead of Ind vs SA 2nd T20I.

“I honestly haven’t gone deep into the medical reports. I mean, I’m relying on the experts to tell me what’s going on. He’s being assessed. And we’ll know in due course if he’s what’s in the future happens. And of course, until he is completely banned until I get official confirmation that he has been banned, we will always remain hopeful. We will always hope for the best, not only for us as a team, but also as individuals, we will always hoping for the best for the rest of the games.”

Team India is currently playing a T20 series of three matches against South Africa. India defeated Proteas in the series opener to take a 1-0 lead, while India vs South Africa 2nd T20 International will be played in Assam’s Guwahati on October 2 and Ind vs SA 3rd T20 International will be held in Indore on October 4. , the Indian team will fly for the World Cup T20 2022 on October 5.



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