The worst nightmare of Team India and the Mumbai Indians has come true. The recovery of India pacer Jasprit Bumrah has taken another setback. Following his exclusion from the Border Gavaskar Trophy, the 28-year-old will now miss not only the IPL 2023, but also the WTC Final in June. Bumrah hopes to return in time for the World Cup in 2023, which is still 7 months away. The reason for this is that Bumrah’s injury is thought to be severe and will take months to heal.
According to report, Jasprit Bumrah, who was expected to return to the IPL, will now continue his lengthy absence. The pacer last played for India in September and has been sidelined by a back injury. He did not receive a green light from the NCA to play in the ODI series between India and Australia.
According to the report, Bumrah has not been feeling well and is facing a potentially lengthy hiatus. Given his injury history and importance to the Indian team, the BCCI has chosen a safe opportunity. The Indian board is eager for him to be ready for the World Cup in 2023. Should Bumrah race to a good batter, the Asia Cup would be a welcome bonus.