There comes good news for India’s wicket-keeper Rishabh Pant as doctors have ruled out the need for another surgery. As per the doctor’s report, his ligaments are healing naturally & there is no need for another minor surgery. Rishabh is recovering well & will soon attain full fitness.
Initially, it was speculated that Rishabh Pant would have to undergo multiple surgeries to fix the injuries he has sustained. Pant was monitored & checked every fortnight to note down his fitness. And fortunately, his progress was better than expected which increases the chances of his speedy recovery & ruled out any need for another surgery stated a BCCI Official.
Rishabh Pant ligaments are recovering naturally which is a positive sign for the wicket-keeper batter
Earlier last week, Rishabh Pant came to Mumbai for consultation with a doctor regarding his recovery. And as per the doctor’s reports minor ligaments are healing naturally & there is no need for any minor surgery. Initially, he had surgery on his MCL (Media Collateral Ligament) & has also damaged his ACL (Anterior Cruciate Ligament). Despite undergoing major surgery other minor surgeries were advised just a few days after the initial operation. But as said miracles happen & the same is the case with Rishabh as his other minor ligaments got healed naturally & the need for an operation has been ruled out.
As per the reports in a leading media portal, there were concerns around Rishabh Pant’s posterior cruciate ligament & surgery was advised earlier. However, that option was ruled out when Rishabh visited Mumbai last week to consult a specialist & after getting the green signal to continue his rehabilitation he returned back to NCA for continuation of his rehabilitation process.
Coming to Rishabh Pant’s condition, he is recovering well & was walking properly with a brace on his knee. Earlier after suffering a car crash in December, Pant was ruled out for the entire 2023 season & WTC 2023 Final. He will not play in the Asia Cup & World Cup 2023. But his body is recovering fast & positively & will soon attain full fitness.