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Irfan Pathan (TOI photo)
Mumbai: Former fast bowler Irfan Pathan Believes Indian team management Management of injuries will require the bowlers to pay attention and be “extremely careful” when the players hit the ground after a coronovirus-forced interval.
Players have not been able to practice in India since March 25 due to the nationwide lockout imposed to prevent the outbreak of COVID-19 Universal epidemic.
It was stunning Shardul Thakur Last month, he became the first Indian team member to begin training after bowling in the net at Boisar in Palghar district.
Former left-handed seamer Pathan thinks any team, including A. IPL One, beware of bowlers who will be at risk of injury due to being out of action for more than two months.
Pathan, who played 29 Tests and 120 ODIs for India in Star Sports’ Cricket Connected, said, “Injury management is the most important thing. We have to concentrate on all the bowlers.”
ICC It also recently came up with specific guidelines for bowlers, suggesting that teams will need to be cautious on bowlers’ workload to avoid serious injury such as spinal stress fractures as players resume training Are ready.
“In 15 teams, there are 4 to 6 bowlers in every team. Whether it is IPL team, Indian team or any international or domestic team, we have to be very careful about injury management because our boys are out of action. Huh.” Whereas, ”he said.
Pathan was part of the Indian T20 team that won the 2007 World Cup.
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