Updated: December 15, 2020 2:31 p.m. IST
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New Delhi [India]December 15 (ANI): After days of speculation and suspense, Indian opener Rohit Sharma finally left for Australia in the early hours of Tuesday as he appears to be ready in time to play his third Test match from the four-match series against Australia that begins with the day-night test at the Adelaide Oval on Thursday.
Speaking to ANI, sources familiar with developments said that India’s limited deputy had left for Australia via Dubai and was ready to continue his physical activity during the quarantine period. “He left early today and is heading to Australia via Dubai,” the source said.
After injuring his hamstring during the Indian Premier League in the United Arab Emirates, he was initially left out of the Australian tournament before the selectors reassessed his injury status and added him to the Test series team.
While the initial thought was that Rohit would travel to Australia with the rest of the team and continue to work on his basket with the Indian physicist, he headed home to be with his ailing father. The opening program went to the National Cricket Academy (NCA) in Bengaluru, after Diwali, to undergo rehabilitation with the NCA physique.
Physiotherapy at the NCA found him guilty, and BCCI sent an official statement on Saturday, saying that while it is “clinically fit” to go to Australia, it will continue to work on its resistance during the quarantine period there. .
“India handkerchief Rohit Sharma has completed his rehabilitation process at the National Cricket Academy (NCA) in Bengaluru and is now in clinical form. He is rehabilitating and training at the NCA on November 19 after a high quality hamstring injury left suffered during the Indian Premier League (IPL).
“The NCA medical team was satisfied with Sharma’s physical fitness after evaluating him on various values that tested his skills related to beating, field and running between packs. Sharma’s physical condition was satisfactory, however, she will be asked to continue working on his endurance.
“He has received a detailed program to follow during the two weeks for which he will be quarantined. He will be re-evaluated by the medical team Team India after quarantine to establish his physical condition and a call for his participation in border – the Gavaskar Trophy will be taken accordingly “, the BCCI communiqué reads.
With the third Test set to begin on January 7, Rohit should be ready to be part of the game at Sydney Cricket Ground. (YEARS)