Indian cricket team captain Rohit Sharma for the ODI World Cup 2023.
Indian Cricket Team captain Rohit Sharma has given a big update regarding the fitness of Shreyas Iyer for the ODI World Cup 2023. Rohit has assured that Shreyas Iyer’s recovery is going well and he can be seen playing in the upcoming World Cup 2023. Please tell that Shreyas Iyer has been running out of Team India for a long time and did not play even in IPL 2023.
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Rohit Sharma said, “Shreyas Iyer is on his way to full fitness, so the hopes are high for the World Cup.” Notably, Iyer has resumed his batting practice at the National Cricket Academy in Bengaluru since last month. His fitness is very important for the Indian cricket team’s journey towards the ICC Cricket World Cup 2023 considering that he is being seen to bat at the crucial No.4 position in the batting lineup.
KL Rahul and Shreyas Iyer have started net practice, indicating positive progress in their recovery. A senior BCCI official said that both the players are on the road to recovery and could be included in the Asia Cup squad as well. This update has brought hope to the Indian cricket fans as they are eagerly waiting for the return of these talented batsmen for the upcoming tournaments. With his likely availability, the team’s prospects look promising as they prepare to compete in the Asia Cup and beyond.
The BCCI is expected to announce the Indian team for the Asia Cup around Monday. However, the announcement is pending as the board awaits the fitness reports of Shreyas and Rahul, both of whom are scheduled to undergo fitness tests this week. According to the official, both the players are around 80 per cent fit and are not yet ready to participate. The board is expecting the assessment report by Saturday, and once there is a clear picture of the players’ fitness, the squad for the Asia Cup will be revealed.
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