Rishabh Pant Latest News: The talented wicketkeeper Rishabh Pant has missed a significant amount of international cricket due to an injury he suffered on New Year’s Eve in 2022. His medial collateral ligament has since undergone a large treatment, while his anterior cruciate ligament has received a small procedure. Doctors continue to have reservations about his posterior cruciate ligament, though. The good news is that Pant’s recovery has been so encouraging. Also, he no longer needs another surgical procedure, according to a recent report.

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Rishabh Pant will soon return to the sport and won’t require additional surgery on his right knee, according to confirmation. According to The Times of India, Pant’s rumored many surgeries were baseless. To be clear, Pant never had several operations as had been suggested. Although there were worries that he could require another surgery, his progress has far exceeded them. A BCCI official was reported by TOI as saying, “This is a huge boost for him and signals that his comeback could happen earlier than previously envisaged.

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He is in good spirits and has considerably improved his capacity to walk without help, the official added. His rehabilitation is currently centered mostly on strengthening activities. He ought to start his back-to-play phase of training soon.

The 25-year-old was recently seen interacting with Under-16 cricket players at Bengaluru’s National Cricket Academy. The BCCI (Board of Control for Cricket in India) tweeted pictures from the session and thanked Pant for giving so kindly of his time.

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“Rishabh Pant spoke with the Under-16 cricketers at the high-performance camp at NCA Bangalore about a variety of subjects, including cricket and life, hard work, and much more. We appreciate Rishabh Pant taking the time to interact with these young boys, the BCCI wrote in a tweet early on Tuesday. The wicketkeeper-batsman has consistently posted videos detailing his recovery process, including footage of him walking without support.