Suryakumar Yadav to miss entire domestic season and initial phase of IPL due to sports hernia. Yadav will miss the entire domestic season as well as the first phase of the IPL owing to a sports hernia.
Suryakumar Yadav, India’s powerful white-ball batter and T20I standout. Ruled out of the upcoming T20I series against Afghanistan owing to an ankle injury. In addition, due to a sports hernia, he is anticipated to miss the entire domestic season and probably the first phase of the IPL. Yadav is schedule to have surgery in Germany for the same condition.
Suryakumar Yadav recently diagnosed with a sports hernia and is currently rehabbing at the National Cricket Academy in Bengaluru
He will travel to Munich for surgery in a few days. This precludes him from playing for Mumbai in the Ranji Trophy and possibly the first few IPL games with the Mumbai Indians.
“SKY recently had a sports hernia repaired. He is now undergoing rehabilitation at the National Cricket Academy in Bengaluru. He will fly to Munich, Germany, in two or three days to be operate on. It means he won’t be playing for Mumbai in the Ranji Trophy this season and is likely to miss the first few games for the Mumbai Indians in the IPL, according to a BCCI source reported by TOI.
Sports hernias are muscle, ligament, or tendon rips in the groin or lower abdomen that occur in the absence of a hernia. They are common in high-intensity sports such as soccer and football and are cause by pelvic twisting with plant feet. KL Rahul, India’s standout wicketkeeper batter, had sports hernia surgery in Germany in 2022 as well.
“With the T20 World Cup in June, Surya will have plenty of time to recover.” “He is critical to India’s chances in the T20 World Cup,” said the source.
Suryakumar Yadav suffered an ankle injury during the last T20I against South Africa in Johannesburg. Despite this setback, Indian cricket fans remain optimistic about his recuperation and future contributions. It remains to be seen whether he will be able to return in time for the IPL 2024.