Rishabh Pant has successful knee surgery in Mumbai, according to reports. Rishabh Pant’s right knee ligament surgery at Mumbai’s Kokilaben hospital was a success.
According to reports at the Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital and Medical Research Institute in Mumbai. Star India wicketkeeper-batter Rishabh Pant has had successful knee surgery. On Wednesday, the wounded cricketer who avoided a catastrophic vehicle accident evacuated from Dehradun to Mumbai for surgery on one of the two ligament rips he received in the horrific car accident.
“Rishabh Pant underwent successful knee ligament surgery on Friday. He will be under close scrutiny. Dr Dinshaw Pardiwala will advise on the next course of action and rehabilitation. Which would be follow by the BCCI sports science and medical staff “According to PTI, a BCCI source.
Pant sent to Mumbai after the BCCI issue a statement stating. The board will be looking after the injure cricketer’s welfare and keeping a careful eye on his ligament damage. The southpaw will be under the care of Dr. Dinshaw Pardiwala, Head of the Centre for Sports Medicine and Director of Arthroscopy & Shoulder Service at the aforementioned facility, according to the release.
“The Board will make every effort to facilitate and expedite Rishabh’s rehabilitation process and will offer him with all the support he requires during this time,” the BCCI stated in an official statement.
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Pant will be sidelined for an extended period of time following a devastating automobile accident
Rishabh Pant was engage in a horrible vehicle accident on the Delhi-Derhadun Highway on the morning of December 30 when his fast car slammed with a divider. Although the renowned cricketer escaped with with minor injuries, he did get many lacerative wounds and a ligament damage in his right knee.
While the 25-year-old is recovering from his various injuries at a Mumbai hospital. It is expect that he would be out for at least six months, making him a doubt for this year’s IPL. However, some unnamed sources have indicated that Pant’s right knee ligament damage may be worse than previously thought. That the batsman may miss the Asia Cup and ODI World Cup later this year. The BCCI has yet to establish a comeback date for the injured gloveman.
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