Senior all-rounder for India Ravindra Jadeja will probably miss the T20 World Cup in Australia due to major knee surgery that would probably keep him out for a long period.  Ravindra Jadeja, who took part in the squad’s first two Asia Cup games against Pakistan and Hong Kong, gives the team the required balance with his all-around abilities. The 33-year-old veteran’s absence would be extremely detrimental to Rohit Sharma’s team.

Jadeja’s right knee injury is pretty bad. After major knee surgery, he will be out of commission for a considerable amount of time. It is now hard to predict when he will make his international comeback, the NCA’s medical panel has determined, according to a top BCCI official who spoke to PTI on the condition of anonymity.

It was difficult to determine whether an anterior cruciate ligament (ACL), whose recovery might take up to six months, was present. But I’m reasonably confident that Ravindra Jadeja won’t be playing for at least three months. Jadeja has always been known to have knee issues, and a detailed look at the past year would suggest that he is shifting more toward becoming a batting all-rounder across formats, with his left-arm spin becoming more of a secondary skill than a primary one.

Injury History

He may have suffered damage to his right knee as a result of the force of falling on his front foot while bowling. In his senior career (domestic and international), Jadeja has bowled over 7000 overs in close to 630 games across formats, including domestic first-class, List A, and IPL games. There are 897 wickets in total. The number of overs bowled in the nets and the 13,000 runs scored at the senior level make it worse (local and international). He will need a large amount of time and to go through a rigorous rehabilitation process before he can play international cricket again.

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