Jasprit Bumrah arrives in New Zealand for surgery, expected to be fit ahead of 2023 World Cup


Jasprit Bumrah Injury Update: India’s star fast bowler Jasprit Bumrah has been struggling with injury for a long time. Bumrah’s back injury is not letting him down. Now the Indian fast bowler has decided to undergo surgery to heal from the injury. Bumrah was suffering from back pain and he reached New Zealand for surgery. Bumrah will undergo back surgery next week under the supervision of Dr Rowan Schouten.

Bumrah will undergo surgery next week
Team India’s star fast bowler Jasprit Bumrah will undergo surgery in New Zealand next week. After this back surgery, it may take 3-4 months for Bumrah to return to the field. Bumrah wants to be fully fit before the 2023 World Cup. So he finally decided to have back surgery.

Meanwhile, BCCI sources said that Bumrah had already left for the back surgery scheduled for New Zealand five days ago. He took this decision only after consulting the doctors. BCCI immediately made all arrangements and sent them away. Surgery is done within 1 to 2 hours. After the surgery, Bumrah may take 4 weeks to get back on his feet. At the same time, it takes 3-5 months for him to return.

Let us tell you about the doctor who went to New Zealand for Bumrah’s surgery. He recently treated England fast bowler Jofro Archer. Before Archer, he also helped Kiwi veteran Shane Bond through his injury. Let us inform you that Bumrah has also been ruled out of Border-Gavaskar Trophy, IPL 2023 due to injury. Bumrah’s absence is constantly felt by Team India.

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