Kamlesh Jain
Kamlesh Jain (Photograph Supply: Twitter)

Kamlesh Jain, who’s at present a part of the Kolkata Knight Riders set-up, is prone to turn out to be the pinnacle physio of the Indian cricket workforce. In line with stories, Jain has managed to impress head coach Rahul Dravid, BCCI secretary Jay Shah, and NCA head VVS Laxman throughout an interview. The announcement is but to be made official, regardless of being orally conveyed to Jain who’s from Chennai.

Nitin Patel, the previous head physio of the Indian cricket workforce, was within the place since August 2019 however he took over as head of Sports activities Science and Sports activities Drugs on the Nationwide Cricket Academy (NCA), Bengaluru which caused a emptiness for the place. It needs to be famous that, Jain has been with the Kolkata Knight Riders since 2012, and has been recognized because the successor of Patel.

Kamlesh Jain might assume the function from the upcoming residence collection in opposition to SA

Jain had been an assistant physio on the KKR below Andrew Leipus for seven years till 2020 when he was promoted to the pinnacle physio function. He can be helped out by Yogesh Parmar who labored alongside Patel on the Indian facet and Jain will be part of the Indian nationwide facet after the continuing IPL 2022 version as soon as the official affirmation comes alongside. With loads of collection scheduled concurrently for India, there’s a want for a number of physios as effectively for numerous codecs.

India will play South Africa in a five-match T20I collection at residence from the ninth of June which is likely to be the primary project for Jain. “We’re very blissful for him. He’s completely deserving of the place,” a KKR official had famous as quoted by Cricbuzz.

KKR’s head coach Brendon McCullum had additionally revealed that he can be leaving the franchise after the continuing season having been appointed as the pinnacle coach of the England Take a look at facet. He’ll begin his function with the upcoming three-match residence Take a look at collection in opposition to New Zealand which begins on the 2nd of June at Lord’s Cricket Floor.