Rishabh Pant Gets Green Signal From BCCI, Mohammed Shami, And Prasidh Krishna Rule Out Of IPL 2024

As per the BCCI latest updates, wicketkeeper batter Rishabh Pant is physically fit to play in the IPL 2024.

A big update is coming from the BCCI’s side regarding wicketkeeper-batsman Rishabh Pant. The BCCI has given him the green signal to play in the IPL 2024. Rishabh Pant was recuperating from his nearly fatal injuries, which he suffered in the car accident in December 2022. The wicketkeeper batter has remained out of action since his accident, but fortunately, as BCCI declares him fit to play, he will be seen on the field now in the upcoming IPL 2024, where he will be seen captaining the Delhi Capitals. On the other hand, India’s bowlers Mohammed Shami and Prasidh Krishna are declared unfit to feature in the cash-rich league. 

Rishabh Pant: After undergoing an extensive 14-month rehab and recovery process, following a life-threatening road mishap on December 30th, 2022, near Roorkee, Uttarakhand, Rishabh Pant has now been declared fit as a wicket-keeper batter for the upcoming TATA IPL 2024.

Prasidh Krishna: The fast bowler underwent surgery on February 23rd, 2024, on his left proximal quadriceps tendon. He is currently being monitored by the BCCI Medical Team and will resume rehab at the National Cricket Academy soon. He will not be able to take part in the upcoming TATA IPL 2024.

Mohd Shami: The fast bowler successfully underwent surgery on February 26th, 2024, for his right heel problem. He is currently being monitored by the BCCI medical team and is ruled out of the upcoming TATA IPL 2024.

BCCI Statement read

Mohammed Shami, who represented the Gujarat Titans for the past two seasons, underwent surgery last month and is currently under medical supervision, so he will not be able to play for the Titans this season. Rajasthan Royals’ player Prasidh Krishna missed the IPL 2023 season, and unfortunately, the right-arm bowler will remain absent from action in the IPL 2024. He underwent surgery for his left proximal quadriceps tendon on February 23rd. His rehab will take some time, due to which he won’t be seen in the upcoming IPL season as well. 

Mohammed Shami was the purple cap holder for taking maximum wickets in IPL 2024. The right-arm bowler took 28 wickets last season while playing for the Gujarat Titans and continued his wicket-run in the ODI World Cup 2023 as well, where he finished at the top of the chart. Since then, he has remained out of the field, and his chances of returning to the men’s side before the T20 World Cup 2024 are not that bright, which is a worrying factor for India. IPL 2024 is going to start on March 22, and the first match will feature a clash between Royal Challengers Bangalore and Chennai Super Kings.

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