Deepak Chahar
Deepak Chahar. (Photograph supply: Twitter/BCCI)

Indian quick bowler Deepak Chahar will reportedly take one other 5 weeks to finish his restoration from a hamstring damage. He missed the lately concluded Indian Premier League (IPL) and the T20I collection towards South Africa attributable to damage and can miss the upcoming tour of Eire for a two-match T20I collection.

Chahar and Washington Sundar, each centrally-contracted cricketers, are at the moment recovering from accidents and are going by means of rehabilitation on the Nationwide Cricket Academy (NCA). It’s reported that Sundar has nearly recovered from his hand damage and can get some recreation time within the County cricket, taking part in for Lancashire.

“Washington is nearing full health and he wants numerous recreation time, which he’ll get solely in red-ball cricket,” a BCCI supply was quoted as saying by the Occasions of India. “He’s going to play for Lancashire and this publicity will do him a world of fine.”

I might want to play club-level video games to test my health: Deepak Chahar

Chahar final performed for India in a T20I towards West Indies in Kolkata in February earlier than he suffered the damage. Talking about his restoration, he mentioned that he’s now capable of bowl 4 to 5 overs in a single go. He feels that he wouldn’t be match for the upcoming T20I collection towards England, including that the restoration is a step-by-step course of.

“I’m bowling 4 to 5 over at one go as per my rehab programme proper now. My restoration goes fairly properly and I feel it can take one other 4 to 5 weeks for me to get match match,” mentioned Chahar. “It’s a step-by-step course of so far as restoration is worried. I don’t suppose I might be match for the England T20s. As soon as I’m match match, I might want to play some club-level video games to test my health.”

The Indian pacer additionally mentioned he would positively attempt to be again for the tour of West Indies though he can’t verify that he could be match by then. The West Indies tour, beginning on July 22, will encompass three ODIs and 5 T20Is.