Indian batsman Shreyas Iyer said he was fully well and fit before the third Test match in Indore began. The talented batter was forced to miss the first test in Nagpur due to a back issue before returning in the second test in Delhi.
India won the second test in Delhi thanks to Iyer’s two innings of batting, in which he scored four and twelve runs. He lasted only a little time in the third Test before getting dismissed for a duck. His dismissal was one of the seven in the first session, which left India at 84/7 after 26 overs. Nevertheless, the Indore pitch played several practical jokes on the Indian squad.
Shreyas Iyer’s back injury became worse with more exercise
Shreyas Iyer informed the media during the third Border-Gavaskar Test match in Indore that spending a few more hours during his exercises made his back injury worse.
“I’m happy that my back problem is completely gone. I think it was brought on by how frequently I practised, how swiftly I worked out at the gym, and everything else I did during the last three to four months. I was able to manipulate it for a while, which made things worse.
between the second and third Test matches. Both teams enjoyed a 10-day respite between the second and third Tests. This came as a result of the Delhi Test being finished in the first three days, same as the Nagpur Test. During the break between the two Test matches, the players were focused on maintaining their fitness levels, according to Shreyas Iyer.
The athletes practised at home a few times before to the third exam. Maintaining our level of fitness is important. I was quite busy with a couple picture shoots as well, but those are not as significant to us as this one. That was a great opportunity to refresh.