Amidst the exciting competition of the Women’s Premier League, preparations for IPL 2023 are also going on in full swing. The 16th edition of the Indian Premier League is to begin on March 31.
Meanwhile, before this league, the Kolkata Knight Riders have suffered a major setback. Due to the injury of KKR team captain Shreyas Iyer, it has been learned that he may miss the first half of the tournament.
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Let us tell you that Shreyas was injured during the Border-Gavaskar Test series. He suffered a back injury due to which he could not come out to bat in the last Test as well.
Shreyas Iyer may miss IPL 2023 –
In fact, Team India’s middle order batsman Shreyas Iyer was ruled out of the last match due to a back injury during the Border-Gavaskar Test series played between India and Australia.
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A recent report has come out regarding his fitness, in which it has been learned that Iyer has developed pain in his lower back and it may take 3-4 months for his condition to recover. In such a situation, it is difficult for this middle-order batsman to play in the 16th season of IPL.
Let us tell you that Iyer is also handling the wonders of the KKR team. In such a situation, his injury is creating a lot of difficulties for the franchisees. According to a report in Times of India, a source has informed that Shreyas Iyer is definitely out of IPL till the end of April.
Rohit Sharma gave this statement on Shreyas Iyer’s fitness
After the draw of the last Test match played in Ahmedabad, when captain Rohit was asked about Iyer’s fitness, he said that Shreyas Iyer is not looking good right now due to the recovery of lower back pain. They said,
“What happened to him is unfortunate. He had to wait a day to bat and then when the day’s play was over, his back problem flared up again. He was sent to the hospital for a scan. I do not know the exact report of the scan, but it seems that he is not in a good condition. That’s why he’s not here.”