Indian wicketkeeper-batsman Wriddhiman Saha has returned back to home after a successful shoulder surgery. Saha’s shoulder surgery was held in Manchester, England.
Saha gave his gratitude to all the fans who prayed for his health. Furthermore, the Indian gloveman gave his thanks to the Board of Control for Cricket in India for taking care of every minute details.
Saha will begin his rehabilitation process.
Meanwhile, Saha landed back in Kolkata after getting his shoulder operated. In fact, Saha’s right hand was strapped from the elbow after he went under the knife at the Arm Clinic at Manchester.
Saha will undergo his rehabilitation at the National Cricket Academy at Bengaluru. Prior to that, Saha is recommended three weeks of rest before hitting the ground again.
Saha said that he cannot move his hand at all. The gloveman said that it is even more difficult than facing fast bowlers. However, Saha will have to go through the whole recovery process to get himself back on the track.
“It’s very difficult. You cannot move the hand and I have to keep it in one position. It’s more difficult than facing pacers. But this is the only way to go forward and make a comeback. I just have to go by it,” said Saha.
Meanwhile, Saha has been out of action due to injuries setbacks. The Indian wicketkeeper-batsman suffered a hamstring injury on the South African tour after playing the first Test match. Furthermore, Saha took a blow to his hand in the IPL. In fact, the injury aggravated in NCA as he also suffered a shoulder injury.
Wriddhiman Saha took to his Instagram handle to share an update on his shoulder surgery. Saha post read as, “All Is Well..now back home. Thank You, everyone, for keeping me in your prayers. Grateful to BCCI for taking care of every minute details”.
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