Two surgeries have been done on Rishabh Pant’s body. How many days can the Indian cricketer be out of the field? Rishabh Pant was admitted to the hospital after being seriously injured in a car accident. He underwent two surgeries there. Doctors said that it will take at least nine to 10 months to recover.
Initially, it was known that Rishabh Pant will need three to four months to recover. That is, it will take at least six months to enter the field. But the Indian cricketer underwent a second surgery on Monday. Doctors said that they will need more time to recover. As a result, the Indian wicketkeeper may have to stay out of the field even in the one-day World Cup.
According to hospital sources, it will take nine to 10 months for Pant to recover. In other words, he is unlikely to recover before October. The Indian cricketer will need more time to recover and match fit. As a result, after IPL, Asia Cup, Pant may have to be out of the team for one-day World Cup. One-day World Cup in India in October-November this year. Pant will not be seen in that competition.
Pant has been hospitalized since being seriously injured in a car accident. Pant was first admitted to Max Hospital in Dehradun after the accident. But the Indian Cricket Board did not want to keep him there. He was taken to Mumbai by air ambulance. Panth is admitted to Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital there.