KL Rahul is probably not going to go toward the West Indies for the five-match T20I series, as previously expected. Rahul, who had tested positive for Covid-19 last week, closes today, he has been exhorted for another week’s rest and recovery by the BCCI’s clinical experts. KL had been recuperating at the National Cricket Academy in Bengaluru since going through a sports hernia medical procedure in late June.
He was perceived to be an uncertainty for the T20I leg of the West Indies visit regardless of whether he returned the two obligatory negative tests. Contingent upon the result of his cardiovascular tests, Rahul might have been in thought for the USA leg of the West Indies T20Is, on August 6 and 7. Yet, presently it seems sure that he will skirt the visit by and large and on second thought center around the ODIs in Zimbabwe, which are a region of the planet Cup Super League.
India have previously qualified for the 2023 ODI World Cup by being the hosts of the competition. The ODI series will complete under seven days before the beginning of the 2022 Asia Cup, which will be played between August 27 and September 11 in the UAE. Rahul hasn’t played any aggressive cricket since the IPL 2022 Eliminator on May 25, when his group, Lucknow SuperGiants, lost to Royal Challengers Bangalore in Kolkata.
He was in this way named skipper for the five-match T20I series at home against South Africa, yet got a right crotch injury just before the main match. That additionally precluded him for the England visit.
He went through the games hernia medical procedure in June and was attempting to beat the clock to demonstrate his readiness for the West Indies T20Is. Presently, it appears as though he should sit tight for some additional opportunity for his rebound.
India are presently driving the three-match ODI series in the West Indies 2-0, with one match to go.