Wednesday, June 14, 2023

KL Rahul arrives at NCA to begin a rigorous rehabilitation regimen

 Delhi, India: KL Rahul, an Indian cricketer, has begun his rehabilitation program at the National Cricket Academy (NCA). He hopes to return for the Asia Cup in Sri Lanka in September, just before the ODI World Cup, which is highly anticipated.

During his time as captain of the Lucknow Super Giants in the Indian Premier League (IPL), Rahul, a key member of the Indian cricket team, suffered a thigh injury. Accordingly, he needed to pull out from the IPL and furthermore missed the ensuing Scene Test Title last. He underwent successful thigh surgery in the UK in accordance with medical advice.

Rahul posted pictures of his return to the NCA on social media on Tuesday, captioning them with the phrase "home." The NCA is known for its best in class offices and is viewed as a center for cricket restoration and preparing in India.

Rahul is an essential middle-order batsman and wicketkeeper in the One-Day International format. Rishabh Pant is currently recovering from a serious car accident in December 2022, so his presence on the team has become even more important.

Rahul has an impressive international record, scoring 2,642 runs in 47 Test matches, 1,986 runs in 54 One-Day Internationals, and 2,265 runs in 72 Twenty20 Internationals. He has enrolled 14 centuries across different arrangements, displaying his batting ability and flexibility.

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