Update regarding the injury of Mohammed Shami and Rishabh Pant, know the details!



India's fast bowler Mohammed Shami, known for his stellar performances in the One Day International (ODI) World Cup, is currently out due to injury. Shami suffered a thigh injury during the World Cup and has not played any match since then. Despite being ruled out of the South Africa tour, Shami is working on his recovery at the National Cricket Academy (NCA). However, there is a possibility that Shami may have to go to London for special treatment.

After his remarkable performance in the World Cup, where he emerged as the highest wicket-taker, Shami's injury has kept him out of action. He played seven matches in the tournament and made a significant impact, taking 24 wickets. Although he did not play in the first four matches, Shami got a chance after Hardik Pandya got injured and made a strong comeback. Unfortunately, he also got injured during this time.

The decision for Shami to travel to London to consult a specialist comes after he and Nitin Patel, head of sports science at the National Cricket Academy, worked on a solution to his bowling-related injury on Thursday. Although the exact date of Shami's departure for London has not been decided yet, it has been confirmed that he will undergo special tests for his injury.

In a related development, wicketkeeper-batsman Rishabh Pant, who has been out of the team for a long time, is also considering a trip to London. Although exact details and confirmation are pending, there is speculation that Pant is seeking special medical treatment for his recovery.

This development reflects the importance of top-level medical consultation in the recovery process of key players like Shami and Pant, which reflects their commitment to their fitness and performance on the international stage.