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Cricket: Hamstring injury casts doubt on Saha’s Australian tour

Reuters: Indian wicket-keeper Urid Himansaha appears to be skeptical of next month’s test series in Australia after suffering a hamstring laceration in the Indian Premier League (IPL) in the United Arab Emirates.

Saha was in excellent shape with a bat in the last three IPL games, but was unable to participate in the playoffs due to injury and team Sunrisers Hyderabad lost to Delhi Capitals in the virtual semifinals on Sunday.

Hyderabad captain David Warner confirmed that Saha had torn the hamstring when asked about fitness in Abu Dhabi’s Toss.

Saha is technically considered the best wicket keeper in India, and the second stamper on the Indian team in the four-test series Downunder, the Reshab Pants, is quite inconsistent with the IPL bat.

Saha did not immediately respond to the message asking for details of the injury.

India’s preparations for the Australian tour were shocked by a series of injuries to key players during the IPL, including the opening round’s Rohit Sharma (hamstring) and Paceman’s Ichant Sharma (muscle tension). It was.

The duo have been omitted on the Australian tour, but the Indian Cricket Commission (BCCI) has stated that it will be considered if they recover in time.

The Indian team, led by Virat Kohli, will depart for Australia later this month and will play six Short Form Internationals starting December 17th before the test series begins in the day and night match in Adelaide.

(Report by Amlan Chakraborty in New Delhi, edited by Sam Holmes)

Cricket: Hamstring injury casts doubt on Saha’s Australian tour

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