Niroshan Dickwella is looking forward to Rishabh Pant’s return. Following his horrible vehicle accident, Rishabh Pant is undergoing rehabilitation at the National Cricket Academy in Bengaluru.
Following his horrible vehicle accident on December 30, 2022. Indian wicketkeeper batter Rishabh Pant is currently undergoing rehabilitation at the National Cricket Academy in Bengaluru. The southpaw has made significant progress in his rehabilitation and has begun facing 140-kph-plus deliveries in the nets. Despite displaying promising indicators, Pant would not be seen on the cricket field for several months.
Pant’s big hits would be miss by his fans all over the world. Including Sri Lankan wicketkeeper batter Niroshan Dickwella. Sri Lankan player recently wished the Indian wicketkeeper batter a good recovery and name him the best offensive wicketkeeper-batter in the world.
“I like Rishabh Pant as an aggressive player.” Rishabh is currently the best offensive wicketkeeper-batter. “I hope he recovers quickly and rejoins the team,” Dickwella told timesofindia.com in an interview.
India lost Pant’s services during the World Test Championship final 2023 against Australia. The high-octane battle took place in England, where Southpaw has two hundreds and two fifties to his credit. In his absence, India lost the game by 209 runs after failing to chase down the 444-run total in the fourth innings.
KL Rahul, Sanju Samson or Ishan Kishan to be India’s wicketkeeper in WC
The 25-year-old will be missed once more in the forthcoming ODI World Cup 2023, which begins on October 5 in India. In his absence, the wicketkeeping duties will fall to KL Rahul, Ishan Kishan, or Sanju Samson. Rahul is recovering from a thigh injury incurred during the IPL 2023. It will be intriguing to watch if he is given the gloves on his return.
Kishan and Samson, on the other hand, have excelled in their limited opportunities and are working hard to secure a berth in the World Cup squad. With the World Cup being held in their own country, the Men in Blue are under enormous pressure to win the trophy and end their ten-year ICC trophy drought.