Pandya hopeful of making a comeback before IPL
India’s fast bowling all-rounder Hardik Pandya is confident of making a comeback into the game bfrom the injury issues he is having at the moment, before the next edition of IPL.
Indian player Hardik Pandya is currently out of action after having a surgery for his back issue which was torturing him for the last one year. The all-rounder went for a big surgery in London after consulting specialists.
After undergoing the surgery, it is still unsure when the all-rounder will be back to his normal fitness and take his stride in the cricket ground. But the all-rounder is confident that he will be back to the game before the next edition of Indian Premier League.
“Even if I take four months off now, I will still be coming back before the IPL, not even before the IPL, (but) before New Zealand, actually midway through New Zealand,” he told Bangalore Mirror before.
Further the all-rounder is desperate to play the T20 World Cup to be played in Australia next year. “That was the plan, (that) I play some internationals, I play the IPL and I make sure that I do not miss the (T20) World Cup. We decided the biggest concern was the World Cup and touchwood it is right now in the frame.”
“I was managing it. I tried everything possible. After trying everything, we came to the conclusion that there is no other option (but surgery). I was not able to give my 100 per cent. I was not doing justice to myself and the team, that is why I decided to go for surgery,” Pandya concluded.