Jasprit Bumrah
It looks like Jasprit Bumrah will be rejoining Team India.

Later this month, Jasprit Bumrah will represent India in a Twenty20 International series against Ireland.

Jasprit Bumrah, India’s star fast bowler, will soon represent his country once more on a Twenty20 International trip to Ireland. For obvious reasons, all eyes will be on Bumrah as the BCCI attempts to include him in India’s ODI World Cup squad after he has been out for nearly a year due to injury. Glenn McGrath, an Australian cricket icon and one of the best pacers in the game’s history, is not enthusiastic about Bumrah’s return.

“It all depends on the severity of the damage and his expectations. Since he is a skilled bowler, I have faith that he will be okay. I believe that the layoff will benefit him. The break and rest are essential for fast bowlers to regain their strength. His off-field preparation, the health of his back, and any adjustments he may have made to his action are all factors. McGrath told reporters at the MRF Pace Foundation academy in Chennai on Monday, “I think he has been there before and he has achieved it.”

Bumrah has been working on his fitness at the NCA in Bengaluru, bowling in the nets on a regular basis. McGrath, like the majority of Bumrah’s followers, is excited to see if the Indian fast bowler has made any adjustments to his style.

I don’t remember him ever bowling. We shall see what the future holds. Only he knows his current whereabouts. So, I’ll be keeping a close eye on him to make sure he gets back to his old ways. The amount of time and work he puts in is taxing on his body. I don’t see any reason why he can’t get back to where he was before if he puts in the work on the pitch’, McGrath added.

When asked about India’s ambitions for the World Cup, McGrath said he hoped it would just take a few games’ for Bumrah to go back to his old self.

He has sufficient life experience. He will get plenty of opportunities to test himself before the World Cup. The off-season can feel like an eternity, but if you’re eager to get back into the swing of things, the first few games of the season should do the trick. In my day, we actually had a break between seasons. There is little difference between a two-month holiday and an eleven-month break. Just getting back into the groove will do it,” McGrath said.

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