Jasprit Bumrah: Miss IPL, Set in WTC final

In New Zealand, Indian pacer Jasprit Bumrah will have surgery, according to the most recent report from Sports Tak. Due to his much-maligned back injury, the great Indian cricketer, who has been sidelined due to a back issue, was disqualified from the upcoming IPL season.

In a report published earlier this week, the Indian batsman was said to be in route to New Zealand for back surgery. According to the most recent reports, Jasprit Bumrah will have surgery by famous Kiwi surgeon Rowan Schouten, who has a history of assisting prominent players.

Although the Mumbai Indians player would undoubtedly miss the 2018 IPL season, his presence in the WTC final,India’s eligibility is also in question. The Indian bowler is anticipated to spend some time in New Zealand recovering from surgery before continuing his post-surgical treatment there, which will keep him out of competition for 4-5 months.

The BCCI administrators had hoped that the Indian star would be able to play in the World Tennis Championship final at the Oval in June of this year, but the most recent information indicates that India would have to wait a while for Bumrah to return. Bumrah might join the team before the 50-over World Cup, which India is slated to host later this year, based on the anticipated time frame of his return.d

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