Rohit Sharma updates us on his injury. During the second T20I, Rohit experienced back spasms while batting.
During the third T20I against the West Indies, Indian captain Rohit Sharma had to walk off the field injured, causing panic among the fans. With only a few months until the T20 World Cup, Rohit must ensure that he is fit and ready to go. As he will have to lead the way for India at the top of the order. The right-hander recently score a 44-ball 64 for India in the first T20I. He is expect to play an important role in this year’s ICC event.
After smashing a six and a four early in the innings. Rohit batting on 11 off 5 deliveries when he appear to have pull a hamstring. Kamalesh Jain, an Indian physiotherapist, arrive quickly on the scene and ensure that everything was in order with a lengthy conversation. Rohit decided to walk away from the physio after some notable suggestions.
The BCCI later revealed that Rohit had a back spasm, and he himself provided an update on the status of the injury during the post-match conference. “Team India captain Rohit Sharma is suffering from a back spasm.” “The BCCI medical team is closely monitoring his progress,” BCCI tweeted.
Rohit Sharma clarifies injury concerns
Rohit stated that the injury appears to be fine at the moment and emphasize the importance of having a few more days of rest before the next T20I begins in Florida. He was hoping to be in better shape before the next game, which is scheduled for August 6.
“For the time being, everything is fine. “We’ve got a few days until the next game; hopefully, everything will be fine,” Rohit said after the game. Suryakumar Yadav’s 44-ball 76 helped India take a 2-1 lead in the five-match T20I series.