We will not remember our career for bilateral series, but for World Cups: KL Rahul. “So, yeah, there’s that extra fire in us to go a couple of steps further the next time,” Rahul went on to say.
KL Rahul revealed his incredible journey from struggle to triumph in an exclusive feature on Star Sports’ ‘Believe’. The series has evolved as a symbol of praising resilience and demonstrating that aspirations are within grasp, engaging with fans’ fervor for honest narrative. Rahul followed in his footsteps, overcoming seemingly impossible obstacles to become India’s wicketkeeper for the ICC World Cup 2023.
Rahul’s resurgence became essential in India’s enthralling campaign, revealing insights into his rehabilitation post-injuries. His relentless devotion transformed him into the pivot of India’s compelling pursuit of triumph. He also offered insight on cricketers’ most cherished memories when competing for the game’s coveted title.
“It really doesn’t matter because when we retire in 10 or 15 years. We won’t remember our careers for the runs or wickets we took or other bilateral series we won. ” The only thing we will remember are World Cups. So, absolutely, there’s that extra fire in us to go a few steps beyond the next time,” Rahul explained.
“Yeah, but throughout this time, I knew there was pressure to return and all of that, but I had such a bad event happen in my life that everything else seemed like, okay, it doesn’t really matter.” Everything else looked insignificant in comparison to ripping your quadriceps and having surgery. For the first three or four weeks, I couldn’t walk. “I was on the walker and gradually began to build myself up during that time,” he added.
Surgeon told I can’t make in time for World Cup: Rahul
KL Rahul, the skipper of Lucknow Super Giants, uploaded photos of himself using crutches after sustaining an injury to his right thigh during an IPL 2023 match against Royal Challengers Bangalore. The injury, sustained while fielding, prompted his decision to have emergency surgery, shutting him out of the rest of the IPL season as well as the upcoming ICC World Test Championship final against Australia on June 7 at The Oval in London.
“I don’t think it’ll be possible in time for the World Cup.” That is also what the surgeon informed us. He estimated that it would take five months from the time of operation. Surgery took place in May, so I’d be back in time for the World Cup, but I also know how
“You can’t just jump back into the World Cup.” The squad wants you to play a few more games before that so that they can get confidence and you can gain confidence. I was thinking the entire time, “Okay, I’ll just take it as it comes.” “I can’t be stressed,” he said.