Indian limited team deputy captain Rohit Sharma said that he had fully recovered from a calf injury that forced him to leave the New Zealand tour in the middle of this year. However, he still could not prove his fitness because the test was continually delayed due to coronavirus locking. In particular, India’s Mumbai captain had to return home after he suffered an injury in the T20 Series and missed the Test match.
He was not even included in the ODI home series of three matches against South Africa which was later canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic and is set to make a return in the Indian Premier League which was also postponed.
“Before the lockout happened, I was almost ready to play. “Throughout the week it will be my fitness test but that’s when the lockdown occurs and I have to push it all back now,” Rohit said at the Facebook LaLiga live session on Saturday night.
“After everything is open, I must first go to the center (NCA) and give my fitness test and after I pass the fitness test, I will be allowed to go and continue my work with the team.”
Earlier, on Saturday, Mumbai pacer Shardul Thakur became the first Indian cricket player to continue training outdoors after more than two months of rest due to the coronavirus crisis. The Maharashtra government has allowed stadiums and sports complexes to open in the orange and green zones but behind closed doors.
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