This upcoming star cricketer injury might throw him out of the World Cup
As per BCCI sources, cricketer Varun Chakravarthy’s knees are not in the best condition. The secret spinner from Tamil Nadu is considered to be a X-factor for the upcoming T20 World Cup that would be held in UAE and Oman. He has played tremendously well for Kolkata Knight Riders in the last two seasons picking 32 wickets in 26 watches till now. In the current league of the tournament, Varun has picked 15 wickets in 13 matches with an economy of 6.73. It is one of the factors that has made the board keen enough to get him on board against Pakistan on Sunday, October 24 in Dubai.
As per the BBCI source in terms of improvement, “Varun’s knees are not in most noteworthy condition. He is in torment and trust me had it not been in a T20 World Cup, maybe even Indian group the board wouldn’t have faced the challenge of playing him.”
In addition to BCCI, KKR’s clinical group is also keeping a keen eye on the condition of Varun. The source further stated that “Supposedly, the KKR’s care staff has arranged an intricate strength and molding diagram for Varun, which is a piece of his bigger physical issue the board program. He likewise is controlled pain reliever infusions so he can bowl his four overs absent a lot of trouble. These are infusions, till the time impact remains it assists the aggravation with dying down. You can’t see it on TV, he examines torment when he isn’t bowling and moving around the field.” Varun has been advised not to jump while handling so that it does not put pressure on his knees. In addition to this, his sideways development has also been limited for better care.