According to a former India bowler, Jasprit Bumrah’s return to cricket may not be easy

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Fast bowler Jasprit Bumrah’s anticipated return to international cricket has been stated by former Indian cricketer Lakshmipathy Balaji. After having back surgery, Bumrah has been recovering gradually, and Balaji thinks that he might run into some obstacles along the way to making a comeback.

Assessing Bumrah’s Fitness

The pacer’s comeback is especially important because he will captain the squad during a three-match T20I series against Ireland. The selectors’ judgements over whether to include him in the rosters for the Asia Cup and World Cup will be influenced by this series’ evaluation of his fitness.

Bumrah spent a lot of time and effort recovering at the National Cricket Academy (NCA) in Bengaluru after his operation, where he was advised by the NCA’s director, VVS Laxman. Despite this thorough planning, Balaji believes that Bumrah’s prolonged absence from the game may provide some difficulties. Balaji emphasises that in order for Bumrah to reclaim his form, he will need to reorient himself to the game of cricket and put up a lot of work.

Balaji’s Insights

According to Balaji, “Any back surgery will have some hiccups here and there.” in an interview with Sportstar. That is the best you can manage, though. This is the last step if it hasn’t healed after conservative treatment and you have the choice of having surgery and then coming back.

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