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Rishabh Pant to miss out 2023 ODI World Cup

Rishabh Pant, the wicket-keeper for India and the Delhi Capitals, is expected to miss the most of 2023 cricket activity, including the Indian Premier League (IPL). According to our sources, Pant tore three critical ligaments in his knee, two of which were just repaired surgically and the third is slated to be completed in six weeks. As a result, Pant will likely miss at least six months of cricket, perhaps ruling him out of the ODI World Cup selection process. The ODI World Cup 2023 will be held in India from October to November.

Pant underwent knee surgery last week following the Roorkee accident while going from Delhi to his hometown to meet his family. He was then transported to Dehradun for more treatment and then to Mumbai. He is presently overseen by Dr. Dinshaw Pardiwala, perhaps one of the top specialty surgeons hired by the board (BCCI).

When can Rishabh Pant return to action?

Following Pant’s accident, the BCCI issued three medical statements, including information on his right ankle (injured). Pant will have surgery to rebuild his ACL after a couple of procedures, which will take at least six weeks.

So yet, the doctors have not specified how long it would take Rishabh Pant to resume training or play cricket. However, the BCCI and the selectors have determined that Pant will be sidelined for at least six months.

Also, Pant has recently posted on Instagram regarding his health update. He has thanked all the fans for supporting him during such a hard time. Let us pray to god that he can make his comeback soon.

Should BCCI consider Wriddhiman Saha for making a comeback?

Wriddhiman Saha was only left out of the Indian National team for making room for Rishabh Pant despite performing well. Such an injustice to the players of Bengal is not a new thing. Earlier Sambaran Banerjee and Deep Dasgupta were left out on the same ground. But with the services of Rishabh Pant being unavailable, BCCI should call back Wriddhiman Saha who is currently in excellent form at Ranji Trophy.

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