The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) on Saturday (December 12, 2020) introduced that the Indian batsman Rohit Sharma has cleared his health check and is set to join the Test workforce in Australia.
“Team India batsman Rohit Sharma has completed his rehabilitation process at the National Cricket Academy (NCA) in Bengaluru and is now clinically fit,” mentioned BCCI.
Sharma has been rehabilitating and coaching at NCA since November 19 following a high-grade left hamstring harm suffered throughout the Indian Premier League (IPL) season 13 held on the United Arab Emirates.
“The NCA medical Team was satisfied with the physical fitness of Sharma after assessing him on different metrics that tested his skills related to batting, fielding and running between the wickets,” said BCCI.
They added that Sharma’s bodily health has been passable, nonetheless, he might be required to proceed work on his endurance.
The BCCI added that Rohit Sharma has been given an in depth programme to comply with all through the 2 weeks he might be quarantined for.
The BCCI knowledgeable that Sharma might be reassessed by the Team India medical workforce publish his quarantine to set up his health standing and a name on his participation within the Border-Gavaskar Trophy might be taken accordingly.
Australia and India which are first and second on the ICC World Test Championship standings will start the Test collection from December 17.
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