So Rohit Sharma did not go to Australia because of this, BCCI replied

So Rohit Sharma did not go to Australia because of this, BCCI replied

Sydney Just hours after captain Virat Kohli complained about Rohit Sharma 's injury 'not getting the picture clear', the Indian Cricket Board has clarified that Rohit could not go to Australia after the IPL due to his father being ill. Apart from this, the board also said that fast bowler Ishant Sharma will not be able to play the Test series starting on 17 December as he will not be fit till then. The board said that Rohit's fitness test will be held on December 11, after which a decision will be taken to play his Test series.

After Kohli expressed displeasure over Rohit's lack of information on fitness, BCCI secretary Jay Shah said in a statement, "Rohit Sharma had to return to Mumbai after IPL as his father is ill. Now his father is recovering from which he has been able to come to the NCA and his rehabilitation has started. ”He may be ruled out of the first two Tests due to the 14-day separation rule in Australia. The series will begin with day and night matches in Adelaide. Rohit suffered a hamstring injury during the IPL. Kohli said that he does not know why Rohit is not doing rehabilitation with Wriddhiman Saha in Australia. Shah said, "Rohit is currently in the National Cricket Academy. His fitness test will be held on 11 December.

Only then will it be known whether he will be able to play in the Border Gavaskar Trophy series in Australia. ”It is understood that the entire misunderstanding arose from the BCCI's cricket operations team. It is also learned that BCCI President Sourav Ganguly will request Cricket Australia CEO Nick Hawkley that if Rohit goes to Australia, he should be allowed to practice during 14 days of abstention. Regarding Ishant, Shah said, "He has recovered completely from left hand injury but it will take time to regain match fitness." For this reason, he will not be able to play the Test series.


Sourav Ganguly Health Updates: Process to put two blockages, stents in Sourav Ganguly's heart

Sourav Ganguly Health Updates: Process to put two blockages, stents in Sourav Ganguly's heart

Former Indian captain and BCCI president Sourav Ganguly is undergoing a second angioplasty at the Apollo Hospital in Kolkata. In the second angioplasty, stent will be placed in two blockages of Sourav's heart. On Wednesday, he was admitted to Apollo Hospital after suffering chest pain. On Wednesday, a three-member medical board was formed at Apollo Hospital to treat the former India captain, which includes Dr. Aftab Khan, Dr. Saptarshi Basu and Dr. Saroj Mandal. Dr. Aftab had also done angioplasty of Ganguly's brother Snehasish Ganguly.

The first angioplasty was done a few days ago

Ganguly had a mild heart attack on January 2, after which he was admitted to the Woodlands Hospital in Kolkata. His doctors had done his first angioplasty here. Actually, Ganguly has Triple Vessels Disease. In this disease, the 3 most important arterial blocks that deliver blood to the heart become. At the time of angioplasty in Woodland, one of Ganguly's three artery blocks was removed and stained. At that time, the board of doctors had not done the second angioplasty but said that it is necessary to remove the remaining blockages.

Vaishali Dalmiya met

On Wednesday, Ganguly's health condition reached Vaishali Dalmia, the daughter of former BCCI president, late Jagmohan Dalmiya and MLA. After the meeting, Vaishali said, 'He is relaxed and good. He looks healthy. Everything is likely to be fine. Saurav said that in the morning something seemed tiring. Since he underwent angioplasty a few days ago. Due to this, he has been brought to the hospital.


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