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BCCI states Mohammed Shami ruled out from IPL 2024 to undergo Ankle Surgery

BCCI states Mohammed Shami ruled out from IPL 2024 to undergo Ankle Surgery: Bad News for all Indian Cricket Lovers. Our senior pacer Mohammed Shami sidelines from the next IPL 2024 season tournament because of his left ankle injury. He needs to undergo the surgery in the UK, a BCCI source conveyed to the news agency PTI on Thursday.

BCCI states Mohammed Shami ruled out from IPL 2024 to undergo Ankle Surgery

The 33-year-old Indian star pacer was also not in part of the present Test series against England and contributed his best for India in the ODI World Cup final against Australia in November.

“Shami was in London in the last week of January to take special ankle injections and he was told that after three weeks, he could start light running and take it from thereon. But the injection hasn’t worked and now the only option left is surgery. He will shortly leave for the UK for surgery. IPL seems out of the question,” a senior BCCI head told on the condition of anonymity.

Shami’s injury raises concerns over NCA’s injury management

Shami was a key player in India’s World Cup campaign, collecting 24 wickets despite playing via notable pain caused by landing problems.

He showed remarkable resilience and grit, declining to let his injury impact his performance. With 229 Test, 195 ODI, and 24 T20 wickets achievements, recently shami received the Arjuna Award.

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However, this development raises serious concerns about the effectiveness of the National Cricket Academy’s (NCA) injury rehabilitation management program for Shami.

Given the extent of his injury, it appears highly unlikely that the pace-bowling maestro will be able to make a comeback before India’s Test matches against Bangladesh and New Zealand (scheduled for October and November).

“Shami should have gone directly for surgery and that should have been NCA’s call. Just two months of rest and injections wouldn’t have worked well and that’s what has happened. He is an asset and the Indian team would need him in Australia,” the BCCI said.

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