India batsman Rohit Sharma on Friday shared a photograph of himself in a hospital bed, after surgery, with a subtitle which peruses “can’t wait to be back at it” even as third’s day play of India-England first Test concluded at Rajkot.A week ago, it was generally reported that the 29-year-old will experience a surgery in London after consultation with a specialist. The privilege gave batsman managed a damage to his right upper quadriceps tendon amid the fifth One-Day International (ODI) against New Zealand at Visakhapatnam on October 29.
As per reports, the Mumbai batsman is probably going to be discounted of action for a minimum time of 10-12 weeks. He was already ruled out of the ongoing England series.
All went well. Thank you for your good wishes. Can’t wait to be back at it 🏃🏻 pic.twitter.com/llKqRtc3LJ
— Rohit Sharma (@ImRo45) November 11, 2016
“I don’t know (how much time I will miss cricket) our BCCI medical team is in touch with doctors, the scans we have got till now have been sent to doctors, we are waiting for their opinion, whether to do surgery or not, if we do the surgery then how much time is needed,” he said after picking up the injury.
“The picture is not fully clear. I think in one or two days the picture will be more clear, whether it (surgery) is happening or not. It is an important decision if we do surgery. If I do the surgery, I cannot play for 3 to 3 and half months. We are waiting for the doctors’ opinion, let’s see what happens,” he had added.
With prolong injury lay-off, he is also likely to miss the upcoming series against Australia. He played in each of the three Tests against New Zealand in the as of recently closed series. Regarded as a standout amongst the talented gifted batsmen in the world, Rohit holds the world record for most highest score by any player in ODIs.