Return from harm was like a roller-coaster for me: Ishant Sharma

by Jeremy Spirogis
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Fast bowler Ishant Sharma is ready to make a comeback after recovering from harm and for this Ishant has thanked National Cricket Academy (NCA) coach Ashish Kaushik who helped the quick bowler. Ishant will quickly be becoming a member of the Indian staff for the two-match Test sequence to be performed in New Zealand.

Ishant tweeted on Saturday, "It has been a curler coaster trip for me after an ankle harm on January 20, however with the assistance of Ashish Kaushik I managed to finish this journey. Was a bit afraid of the scan however today I’m joyful that I’m match. <! –

                 Thank you Ashish Kaushik. "

Ishant suffered an ankle harm within the Ranji Trophy match in opposition to Vidarbha at Arun Jaitley Stadium. The harm was of grade-Three as a result of which Ishant was suggested to relaxation for six weeks.

Delhi and District Cricket Association (DDCA) director Sanjay Bhardwaj advised IANS that the quick bowler has dropped out of the New Zealand sequence as he has been suggested to relaxation for six weeks.

Ishant Sharma passes health check, will play in Test sequence in opposition to New Zealand

He had stated, "He has been advised to rest for six weeks completely. So it is very unlikely that he will be able to go to New Zealand next month. When he goes to the National Cricket Academy, he will know what his condition is and he When you can walk properly. "

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